Everyone knows that the way to improve at chess is to solve tactics puzzles. But why do tactics books make amateurs study grandmaster or master games? How useful is it to analyze games that are unreal for everyday chess players? In the real world of beginning and casual players openings are dubious, positions are messy, material is uneven, and cheap traps and oversights are occurring constantly.
Chess: Quick and Easy Strategies and Tactics to Beat Your Friends (chess, chess tactics, chess openings, chess strategy, winning chess strategies, board games, games) by Alexander Plewis http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Y7CNVQW/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x9-Hvb1ZWBQKH