Friday, March 16, 2012 12:35
New: What it Takes to Become a Chess Master
In this book GM and renowned author Andrew Soltis explains what it takes to master chess. Soltis identifies nine of the attributes that are most important to make a master, and by doing so he shows you what the masters know and you don't.
Learn the secrets of how to join chess's elite ranks...
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 12:58
The winner tells it all In an extensive interview in New In Chess 2011/2 Wijk aan Zee winner Levon Aronian (‘I was playing the tournament of my life!’), one of the clear favourites in the upcoming Candidates’ tournament, reveals what he has done to weed out imperfections in his play.
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Friday, March 09, 2012 17:26
Bobby Fischer would have turned 69 today. We’ve selected all products in our shop carrying his name.
A fine collection of books and DVDs at a very nice price in order to pay tribute to one of the greatest chess players of all time!
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Friday, March 09, 2012 10:50
We have just received from our printers: The Strategic Nimzo-Indian
In this ground-breaking and clearly structured first volume, Ivan Sokolov investigates all lines after the move 4.e3. Volume 2 will be about 4.a3, the Sämisch Variation.
Inspired by great masters like Mikhail Botvinnik, Sokolov has played the Rubinstein Variation all his...
Tuesday, March 06, 2012 13:08
New: The French Defence – Reloaded
This completely revised and updated edition of Nikita Vitiugov’s bestseller has been expanded with more than 130(!) pages. New variations, such as the MacCutcheon Variation and The Chigorin Variation were added, and all other lines were analysed to perfection.
It’s time to reload your French opening...
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 16:28
Everyman has just published: The Triangle System
In this book, GM Ruslan Scherbakov presents a complete and well-organized repertoire for Black, based on the Semi-Slav Triangle. Scherbakov examines the Noteboom Variation as well as options for Black against the Marshall Gambit and Anti-Triangle systems.
Packed with new ideas and critical...
Tuesday, February 21, 2012 12:52
Chess Stars has just published: The Modern Réti
Author GM Alexander Delchev, well-known for previous works like The Safest Sicilian and The Safest Grünfeld, now offers an in-depth study of the Réti in a modern way. Delchev’s Anti-Slav repertoire is fresh and will give you an edge over your opponents.
An ideal weapon for clubplayers!
Friday, February 17, 2012 12:43
New: The Life & Games of Akiva Rubinstein, Vol.2
This completely revised and enlarged 2nd edition, by John Donaldson en Nikolay Minev, chronicles the second half (1921-1961) of the Polish grandmaster’s life. The book includes 581(!) games, dozens of photographs from the Rubinstein family archives of which many were never published before...
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 12:35
New: The Greatest Ever Chess Endgames
In this instructive and entertaining book, renowned chess author Steve Giddins selects 50 examples of brilliant endgame play in the history of chess. Giddins examines each example in great detail and uses them to demonstrate the essential principles of high-quality endgame play.
Friday, February 10, 2012 12:34
New: 1000 TN!! – The Best Theoretical Novelties
This book presents the 1000 best theoretical novelties from Chess Informant 11 to 110, as voted by the Chess Informant jury, and provides an adventurous journey through the development of chess openings during the last forty years.
Find out which theoretical novelty suits you best!