Tuesday, January 03, 2012 14:16
Just out: Chess Evolution - November 2011
The latest issue of Chess Evolution by Arkadij Naiditsch is a little late. The reason for this delay is that Naiditsch was away winning a gold medal with Germany at the European Team Championship. Chess Evolution pushes players to the highest level!
Top analysis, novelties and puzzles by super GMs
Tuesday, December 27, 2011 13:29
New: Chess Developments: The Sicilian Dragon
In this book David Vigorito, who is well known for his opening expertise, focuses on all the critical Yugoslav Attack lines examining the most important and instructive games in recent years and highlighting the main developments and novelties for both sides.
Essential coverage of the key Sicilian...
Thursday, December 22, 2011 15:50
Yearbook 101 has arrived! In this issue of The Chess Player's Guide to Opening News you will find answers to urgent questions like:
- How did Judit Polgar shoot a hole in the Berlin Wall?
- Should Kasparov have trusted Van der Wiel’s advice on the Scotch?
- Has Carlsen defused 7.cd5 in the Blackburne Queen’s Gambit Declined?
- Is Gelfand’s 9...
Tuesday, December 20, 2011 12:28
‘Not winning a tournament is not an option for me, unless it’s no longer theoretically possible’, says Magnus Carlsen in New In Chess 2011/8.
Dramatic catch-up at Tal Memorial
Hou Yifan retains World Title
Arkady Dvorkovich: little known, immensely powerful
Germany European Champions
Zhao Xue’s crushing comeback
The magic of...
Friday, December 16, 2011 14:13
Out now: Fighting Chess with Magnus Carlsen
In this book Adrian Mikhalchishin and Oleg Stetsko present detailed annotations to 64 of Carlsen's best games. They describe his career, the deficiencies from which he suffered as a young player, and how he overcame these on his way to the top.
Find out how Magnus became World's Number One!
Tuesday, December 13, 2011 12:45
New: Grandmaster Repertoire 10 - The Tarrasch Defence
In this latest volume of the outstanding Grandmaster Repertoire series, GM Jacob Aagaard and Nikolaos Ntirlis, who is a computer specialist and successful trainer from Greece, team up and present a complete repertoire for Black in the The Tarrasch Defence.
Check out their new ideas in this...
Tuesday, December 06, 2011 16:55
New: Chess Developments: the Modern Benoni
In the first book of this new series providing state-of-the-art openings coverage, Richard Palliser examines the most theoretically important and instructive Modern Benoni games from recent years, highlighting the main developments and novelties for both sides.
Packed with new ideas ad critical...
Friday, December 02, 2011 13:11
We’ve just added 25 special discounts to our online shop for the Holiday Season.
This brings the total number of discounted items available to well over 150(!) An extensive collection of books, DVDs, software, combined items, chess sets, chess clocks and much more just waiting for you to browse and enjoy.
Substantial savings on Holiday gifts...
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 9:49
We have just received: The Art of the Endgame
In this fascinating book, Jan Timman has collected a wide range of the finest endgame studies by other composers and explains in his lucid style how they inspired him to create dozens of brand-new studies himself.
A world-famous grandmaster's labour of love
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 13:12
Everyman has just published: 1...d6: Move by Move
In this book, IM and chess coach Cyrus Lakdawala examines a cocktail of challenging lines with 1...d6. This Pribyl/Wade/Rat/No-name system can be employed against virtually any first move, which makes it an ideal practical weapon for Black.
Learn how to play this weirdly deceptive opening!