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Sunday, November 21, 2010 17:36
Today we present the first part of our big interview with Mark Dvoretsky, which we conducted during the Tal Memorial based on questions from visitors of this site. We publish it in parts because, as it turned out, Mr Dvoretsky wanted to answer almost all questions! On November 11th, 2010 we interviewed Mark Dvoretsky in the press room of the Tal...
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Friday, November 19, 2010 23:15
The Pandolfini Chess Library presents: Chess Movies I. In this first offering of the series, Quick Tricks, the reader (viewer) is provided with a collection of 64 neat traps and shots in the opening. With every single move diagrammed and explained a chess set is not needed to follow through. It's a 208 pages chess film. Your sneak preview starts...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, November 16, 2010 23:49
Finally available again after being out of print for many years: Paul Morphy: The Pride and Sorrow of Chess. This new edition of David Lawson's seminal work tells the full known story of the life of Paul Morphy, from his privileged upbringing in New Orleans to his dominance of the chess world, to the later tragedy of his demise. Paul Morphy:...
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Anonymous
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 18:32
New in our shop: A Few Old Friends . This superb book gives an astonishing overview of the finest books, manuscripts, letters, photos and ephemera that David DeLucia collected over the years. "A book so stunning in terms of both production and content that we can only marvel at it."- Edward Winter A spectacular and very rare chess book!.
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Wednesday, November 03, 2010 15:39
Just out: New In Chess 2010/7 – with 114 pages of chess delight . Let us wet your appetite with a couple of highlights: - bought votes (and broken promises) at the FIDE congress - genius Ivanchuk leads Ukraine to gold - Maurice Ashley on Magnus Carlsen - Shirov shines in Shanghai - Hikaru Nakamura on qualifying for Amber - GM Anish Giri (16): how...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 19:30
[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"72","attributes":{"alt":"","title":"","class":"media-image","typeof":"foaf:Image","wysiwyg":1}}]] We have just received from our printers: The Wonderful Winawer. As a follow-up to his bestselling The Flexible French, Viktor Moskalenko has written another sparkling book brimming with new and...
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Anonymous
Friday, October 22, 2010 22:36
We have just received: Anand-Topalov, Sofia 2010. This book tells the exciting story of the great match for the World Chess Champion title. The unexpected event that disturbed the start, the impact of the Sofia Rules, the heroic battles, the dramatic climax, all 12 games with detailed annotations. It's all there, only €14.80! Have a look at our...
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Anonymous
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 19:06
Everyman has just published: Play the Dutch . In this book, Neil McDonald tells you everything you need to know in order to play this opening successfully: the best lines to choose, the fundamental ideas for both sides, the traps you can set, the pitfalls to avoid, and the move order subtleties. Read this book and play the Dutch with confidence!.
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Anonymous
Saturday, October 16, 2010 23:58
New volumes in the Grandmaster Repertoire Series. Mihail Marin has completed his opening repertoire for White with 1.c4.Grandmaster Repertoire 3 - The English Opening vol. 2 covers Black's replies to 1.c4 except 1...e5 and 1...c5.Grandmaster Repertoire 4 - The English Opening vol. 3 covers 1.c4 c5. State-of-the-art theory and hundreds of novelties...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 20:32
There are lots of new features in ChessBase 11. - Repertoire database completely revised - On playchess.com the last 40 games of a player can be downloaded as a database - 'Try out' moves - Improved functions 'Opening report' and 'Dossier' - Generation of e-books for Amazon Kindle & Sony e-Reader - Training questions work more smoothly -...

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