Books About World Champions
Published in Association with the Times Newspaper
World Chess Championship - Kasparov vs. Anand
The Chess of Bobby Fischer
Bobby Fischer - The Greatest?
Find the Right Plan with Anatoly Karpov
The Modern Chess Champions and Their Most Characteristic Games
Meet the Masters
Steinitz, Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME I
Euwe, Botvinnik, Smyslov and Tal
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME II
Petrosian and Spassky
This magnificent compilation of play from the 1960s through to the 1970s forms the basis of the third part of Garry Kasparov's long-awaited definitive history of the World Chess Championship. Garry Kasparov, who is universally acclaimed as the greatest chessplayer ever, subjects the play from this era to a rigorous analysis, the examination being enhanced by the use of the latest chess software.
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME III
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME IV
Korchoi and Karpov
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME V
The Most Famous Chess Player Explained
Bobby Fischer for Beginners
The Acclaimed Classic About the 1972 Fischer-Spassky Match!
Bobby Fischer, the greatest genius the game had ever seen, completed his crusade against the 'commie cheaters' by defeating Boris Spassky in Reykjavik.
The Match of the Century electrified the world. No one wanted to miss even the slightest detail about the struggle of Fischer against the superpower that for decades had exploited its superiority in chess as an irrefutable justification of communism.
Fischer World Champion!
Garry Kasparov's Greatest Chess Games - VOLUME 2
Bobby Fischer - The Wandering King
21st Century Edition
London 1922 & Capablanca-Lasker 1921
The Prime Years
Karpov's Strategic Wins - 1986-2010 - VOLUME 2
Capablanca - A Primer of Checkmate
And Other Stories
The Bobby Fischer I Knew
The Making of a Champion
Karpov's Strategic Wins - 1961-1985 - VOLUME 1
Learn to Play Chess Like Garry Kasparov
Win Like Kasparov!
The Games of Robert J. Fischer
Garry Kasparov's Greatest Chess Games - VOLUME 1
Revolution in the 1970s
Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess - VOLUME I
Kasparov vs. Karpov - 1975-1985
Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess - VOLUME II
The Official Inside Story of Vladimir Kramnik's Sensational Match Win Against Garry Kasparov
Brain Games World Chess Championship 2000
This book covers the story of the Olympiad with 130 annotated games, nearly half of them annotated by Grandmasters, complete tables of team performances in both the preliminary and the final groups, tables of every individual result of every player and the results of all past Olympiads.
1974 Chess Olympiad
Billed as the "match of the century", it became a unique test of endurance and ended in chaos and controversy. The book is aimed at the reader with an interest in chess and combines detailed scrutiny of the games with an eye-witness account of the proceedings in Moscow.
No other record of the match has this combination of careful research and constant, on-the-spot reporting.
Petrosian the Powerful
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.
Man versus Machine: kasparov vs. Deep Blue is the definitive on-the-scene report that every chess enthusiast must read.
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Man versus Machine - Kasparov versus Deep Blue
Bobby Fischer - Profile of a Prodigy
The Immortal Games of Capablanca
Garry Kasparov's Opening Repertoire
Updated to Include Fischer-Spassky Match
The World Chess Championship
The Chess Match of the Century
Fischer vs. Spassky
Yasser Seirawan deeply analyzes each of the 24 games of the 1990 World Chess Championship . played in New York and Lyon. France. He answers all of the big questions, who was belligerent, who blew it and why.
The final section gives all 158 tournament games played by Kasparov and Karpov, arguably the two best chess players who have ever lived. The games appear by opening, a far more useful arrangement for the chess student than the ordinary chronological presentation.
Alekhine in Europe and Asia