Move by Move: Life Lessons on and Off the Chessboard

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Chronicle Prism
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5.67 X 8.35 X 0.87 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author
Maurice Ashley is a Chess Grandmaster, an ESPN commentator, a three-time national championship coach, and an author. In 1999 he earned the title of Chess Grandmaster, making him the first African American Grandmaster in the game's history, and in 2016 he was inducted into the US Chess Hall of Fame. He lives in Florida.
"Ashley's pedagogic expertise makes for elegant and accessible insights, including how to sacrifice valuable pieces to make way for ultimate triumph. Readers need not be chess players to benefit from Ashley's solid wisdom and inspiring dedication to the game."

--Publishers Weekly

"With the same deftness and power that he brings to his game, Ashley has distilled chess into a beautiful diorama of invaluable life lessons. The endgame? Wisdom!"

--Rainn Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of Soul Boom

"With this book, Maurice Ashley has added another gem to the literary world of chess. Drawing from his vast experience as a player, educator, and engaging storyteller, Maurice shares valuable insights into the decision-making process, both on and off the board. Whether you're eager to grasp the fundamentals of chess strategy or seeking to refine your skills, you will benefit from every chapter of this book and find as much passion for the game as Maurice has."

--Garry Kasparov, Chess Grandmaster and bestselling author of Deep Thinking and How Life Imitates Chess