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Keene, Raymond

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Year of Publication
1997 2009 1997 to 2009
Manufacturer
  1. Ishi Press (6)
  2. H3 Publishing (1)
Chess Notation Type
  1. AN - Algebraic (5)
  2. DN - Descriptive (1)
  3. FAN - Figurine (1)
Author(s)
  1. David Goodman (1)
  2. Raymond Keene (6)
  3. Richard Keene (1)

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  1. Duels of the Mind

    Duels of the Mind

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    Everyone is fascinated by great games of chess: the spectacular sacrifices, profound strategic plans and brilliant endgame play produced in the heat of combat are powerful expressions of the creativity of the human mind. But which, of all the hundreds of candidates, are the very greatest games ever played? Here, in this book, is Grandmaster Raymond Keene's personal selection: twelve games, played by the giants of chess, each of them representing a peak in chess-playing genius. Learn More
  2. Kasparov Short 1993

    Kasparov Short 1993

    $25.95
    The epic 1995 match for the World Chess Championship between Garry Kasparov and Nigel Short, with all games deeply annotated by Grandmaster Raymond Keene. In this inside account, Grandmaster Raymond Keene, one of the world's foremost chess writers, describes the action both on and off the board. As the Times (London) correspondent, he played a key role in the breakaway from FIDE and had exclusive access to both Kasparov and Short during the match. Learn More
  3. World Chess Championship - Kasparov vs. Anand

    World Chess Championship - Kasparov vs. Anand

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    The Champion: Garry Kasparov, Seemingly invincible, but showing signs of some frailty when bombarded with ideas from the young generation of players. Could he yet again stamp his authority on the chess world, and snuff out the hopes of another young pretender? The Challenger: Vishy Anand, Calm and modest away from the board, but renowned for his sharp, lightning-fast chess. Could the young Indian topple the giant? Learn More
  4. Howard Staunton - The English World Chess Champion

    Howard Staunton - The English World Chess Champion

    $25.95
    Howard Staunton (1810 - 22 June 1874) was an English chess master who is generally regarded as having been the world's strongest player from 1843 to 1851. He promoted a chess set of clearly distinguishable pieces of standardised shape that is still the style which must be used for competitions. He was the principal organizer of the first international chess tournament in 1851. From 1840 onwards he became a leading chess commentator, and won matches against top players of the 1840s. However, the achievement of Staunton have been neglected or even ignored by his own countrymen and this book seeks to rectify that. Learn More
  5. Flank Openings

    Flank Openings

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    Traditional chess openings emphasize control of the center. Flank Openings are opening systems first developed by such players as Reti and Nimzowitsch in which the player of the white pieces concedes control of the center to Black, but then seeks to undermine the center and cause it to collapse with attacks from the sides. Grandmaster Raymond Keene explains the concepts and ideas behind these chess opening systems. Learn More
  6. Aron Nimzowitsch - Master of Planning

    Aron Nimzowitsch - Master of Planning

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    For more than a quarter of a century until his death in 1935, Aron Nimzowitsch was recognised as one of the world's leading players. The leading Grandmaster of the Hypermodern school, his games were full of new ideas and plans, which were accompanied by landmarks in chess literature such as My System and Chess Praxis. Challenging old theories, his books are regarded as being the best teaching manuals and have strongly withstood the test of time. Learn More
  7. Man versus Machine

    Man versus Machine

    $14.95
    This book tells the full story of this historic encounter, from the personalities, hype and controversies to the debates over computer intelligence and the future of chess. Every game is analyzed in detail and the earlier 1989 and 1996 matches between the two contestants are reviewed. Learn More

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