No Time to Study Opening Theory? Shock Your Opponent with an SOS!
Secrets of Opening Surprises - VOLUME 14
Formation Attack Strategies
Sense and Nonsense in Improving Your Chess
Move First, Think Later
Chess Informant - ISSUE 114
A Complete, Sound and User-Friendly Chess Opening Repertoire
The Kaufman Repertoire for Black & White
Fly the Pterodactyl
Study Chess with Matthew Sadler
Chess Informant - ISSUE 115
Chess Informant - ISSUE 116
Chess Informant - ISSUE 117
Contract Bridge Blue Book
The Tactics Workbook that Explains the Basic Concepts Too!
1001 Chess Exercises for Beginners
A Modern Look at Chess Strategy
EBOOK - Break the Rules!
1000 TN!! The Best Theoretical Novelties
Fighting Chess with Magnus Carlsen
Bobby Fischer's Remarkable Rise and Fall - from America's Brightest Prodigy to the Edge of Madness
Endgame - PAPERBACK
An Easy to Learn Chess Opening & Strategy
Crushing White - The SNIPER! - VOLUME 1
The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings
1... d6 - Move By Move
Mastering Opening Strategy
The Sicilian Taimanov - Move by Move
Queen's Gambit Declined - Orthodox Variation
The Sicilian Scheveningen - Move by Move
Learn to Play Chess Like Anatoly Karpov
Win Like Karpov!
Encyclopedia of Chess Endings I - Pawn Endings
Author: Per Skjoldager and Jorn Erik Nielsen
Year of Publication: 2012 Pages: 458
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)
Book Description One of the greatest chess legends of all time, Aron Nimzowitsch (1886-1935), is best known for founding the Hypermodernism school of chess, which emerged after World War I to challenge the chess ideologies of traditional central European masters. This first full-scale biography of Nimzowitsch chronicles his early life in Denmark, his family and education, and his fascination with the game that would become the focus of his life. Also included are explorations of his tournament games and records, his dispute with influential chess teacher Siegbert Tarrasch, and his role in the development of Hypermodern Chess. With detailed accounts of nearly 450 games and the only narrative of Nimzowitsch from 1914 to 1924, a period formerly cloaked in mystery, this volume offers the most thorough profile available of one of chess's greatest innovators.
Aron Nimzowitsch - On the Road to Chess Mastery
Using Soviet-Era Methods to Improve 21st-Century Openings
Author: Lev Alburt and Sam Palatnik
Year of Publication: 2012 Pages: 176
Notation Type: Figurine (FAN)
Book Description Two of the most renowned chess trainers in the world, introduce and explain the revolutionary ideas of their old friend and mentor, Igor Platonov. Platonov was one of the most profound thinkers and theoreticians in the old Soviet Union, which held a grip on the world chess championship for decades, as the title passed from one of its stars to another. For intermediate players to grandmasters, Platonov's visionary insights, examined and explained here for the first time, provide you with the keys to understanding the foundational concepts of the game, strengthening your chess understanding and giving you effective methods to help you find the most powerful moves in the game. About the Author(s) International Grandmaster Lev Alburt, three-time U.S. champion and former European champion, is one of the most sought-after chess teachers in the world. He lives in New York.Grandmaster Sam Palatnik's students reached the list of 100 best players in the world. He lives and teaches in Bethesda, Maryland.
Platonov's Chess Academy
How to Play Chess Endings
New Algebraic Edition
Win at Chess
Grandmaster at Work
Profession - Chessplayer
15 Contenders for the World Chess Championship
Training with a Grandmaster
Understanding Chess Tactics
Chess Tactics from Scratch - 2ND EDITION
The Alterman Gambit Guide - Black Gambits - VOLUME 2
1... c5 Wiped Off the Map! - Sicilian Refuted!
Mayhem in the Morra