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This is the third in a series of three books by Howard Staunton, who is considered to have been the best player in the world at that time.
The Chess-Player's Companion
Chess Informant 100 contains 451 annotated games and 489 game fragments from Sofia, USA (ch), La Habana, Sarajevo, Elista, Valjevo, Foros, Dortmund, Montreal, Biel, Russia - China (m), Amsterdam and many other tournaments and events held between May 1st, 2007 and August 31st, 2007.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 100
What Amateurs can Learn from Ulf Andersson's Positional Masterpieces
One of the most effective ways to improve your chess is to take a world class-player as your example. By collecting his games, studying his choices and examining his style, you will understand what made him rise to the very top. This is what Guido Kern and Jurgen Kaufeld have done with Swedish chess legend Ulf Andersson, a positional genius with a crystal-clear style, who rose to the number 4 spot of the FIDE world rankings.
Grandmaster Chess Strategy
Chess Informant 101 contains 459 annotated games and 516 variations. Events held between September 1st, 2007 and December 31st, 2007
Chess Informant - ISSUE 101
Chess Informant 102 contains 421 annotated games and 467 variations.
January 1st, 2008 and April 30st, 2008
Chess Informant - ISSUE 102
The Most Important Games from May-August 2008 Every volume of Chess Informant offers a selection of the best games played by the world's greatest chess players. Over 90% of the games are annotated by the players who played them.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 103
Chess Informant 104 contains 299 annotated games and 317 variations. Period covered: September 1st, 2008 and December 31st, 2008
Chess Informant - ISSUE 104
This seems to be regarded as the West's answer to "The Soviet School of Chess" by Alexander Kotov ISBN 4871878198 who asserts superiority in the Soviet playing style. However, those who say that are mistaken. This book by a New Zealander who emigrated to England because of the greater opportunities to play chess there, fully concurs with Kotov that the Soviet players were the best in the world.
Chess Informant 105 contains 315 annotated games and 412 variations. It includes events held between January 1st, 2009 and April 30th, 2009
Chess Informant - ISSUE 105
Chess Informant 106 contains 297 annotated games and 484 variations.
Covers events held between May 1, 2009 and August 31, 2009
Chess Informant - ISSUE 106
Chess Informant 107 contains 295 annotated games and 440 variations.
Covers events held between September 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009
Chess Informant - ISSUE 107
Chess Informant 108 brings together a thoroughly refined selection of 301 annotated games and 413 accompanying game fragments from January - April 2010.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 108
Chess Informant 109 brings together a thoroughly refined selection of 371 annotated games and 540 accompanying game fragments from May - August 2010.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 109
The present World Champion Vishy Anand in this volume joins a force of more than seventy prominent grandmasters, citizens from thirty-two countries, who analyze a total of 321 games and 387 game fragments.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 110
This single issue offers more than 300 annotated games, a similar amount of game fragments, brilliant combinations, instructive endings, excellent moves, chess problems and studies.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 111
Chess Informant 112 brings in the main section a thoroughly refined selection of 315 annotated games and 315 accompanying game fragments from May - August 2011. Featuring games are from following tournaments, Kazan (World Championship Candidates), La Habana, Lublin, Danzhou, Leon (rapid), Medias, Paks, New Delhi, Biel, Dortmund, Rostov on Don (Women's Grand Prix), Russia (ch), France (ch), Khanty-Mansiysk (World Cup), etc.
Chess Informant - ISSUE 112
By working through Robert Brieger's collection of endgames studies, one will discover that there is a Knight figuring predominately in many of his problems: sometimes one sneaks in by underpromotion. The Houston Chess Club members have enjoyed watching Robert Brieger put together this very stimulating group of endgames. We are sure you will enjoy playing through the solutions. But beware the Brieger Knight!
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Challenges in the Endgame
This book focuses on one of the strongest Mexican players ever. Manuel Sisniega, respected and feared for his daring attacking chess, won many beautiful games in his active 20 year tournament career. Never afraid to play sharp gambit systems against strong opposition, he won many masterpieces through direct assault on the enemy king. Velasco annotates most of his best games, and shows that Sisniega is a player for attacking players to emulate.
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Masterpieces of Attack: GM Marcel Sisniega Campbell
By one of America's best players of the 1930's-40's and a world renown "Romantic". His pre-game comments and annotation of all games will delight you. The long introduction tells of how Santasiere is going to share the joys of one of the greatest chess artists of all time with us. He then encourages us to play romantic, fighting chess like Tchigorin, instead of unoriginal chess. This book could certainly be recommended for the Romantic chess player.
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My Love Affair with Tchigorin
The Fire Attack" by Mikhail Tal and Iakov Damsky, brings out all the brightest and most beautiful of the great victories of the Soviet Grandmaster of Chess and World champion Mikhail Tal Nehemevicha. His aggressive, unpredictable, graceful, and in some cases even warlike games are always admired and will always be admired by millions of players around the world. He was a true master of the attack on the king. Tal showed that the need for a good attack, unexpected solutions, endless sacrifices, even if not always correct in terms of computer analysis.
The Fire Attack - RUSSIAN EDITION