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Anonymous
Friday, July 30, 2010 20:23
Which side stands better? How much better? Why? We received new stock of Elements of Positional Evaluation. In this 216-pages book (only € 18.95!) author Dan Heisman teaches how to recognize the various factors that determine the value of your pieces on the board. Heisman added over 100 new examples to this 4th edition
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Anonymous
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 16:28
Now in our shop:  10 Great Ways to Get Better at Chess. Highly regarded chess teacher GM Nigel Davies examines the methods used by a number of club players to improve their game. He studied his own students and shows how any player can improve when given the right guidance. Davies tackles all areas of the game. For the next step in your chess...
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Anonymous
Friday, July 23, 2010 20:40
New:  Grandmaster Repertoire Volume 6 - Lubomir Ftacnik . In this latest volume of the outstanding Grandmaster Repertoire series acclaimed expert GM Lubomir Ftacnik presents a complete repertoire for Black in the Sicilian. The backbone of the repertoire is the favourite variation of those who want to attack: the Najdorf! Have a look at this  432...
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Anonymous
Thursday, July 22, 2010 21:03
Just published: New In Chess 2010 issue 5! Only a handful of people have ever been allowed a look at David De Lucia's astonishing chess collection. Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam shows the treasures and tells the story. Further on-the-spot reporting from Chicago, Havana, Malmo, Astrakhan, St Louis, and Romania with authors like Carlsen, Eljanov, Giri,...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 20:10
New In Chess Holiday Package. -- New In Chess: The First 25 Years: 400 pages -- Chess Training Pocket Book: 188 pages -- New In Chess magazine 2010/4: 106 pages Almost 700 pages of top chess instruction & journalism for on the beach: only € 29.95! - More info...
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Anonymous
Thursday, July 15, 2010 22:04
We have now in stock: Play the London System.. Many players hate facing the London System, and this new book makes clear why: it’s easy to learn, you can employ it against virtually any defence, and you can use it to either attack directly or play positionally – depending on your mood. A complete London repertoire with tricky sidelines!
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Anonymous
Friday, July 09, 2010 22:21
New: Opening for White According to Anand 1.e4, Volume 13. The latest volume of this acclaimed series, by Alexander Khalifman, is devoted mostly to the English Attack in the Najdorf Sicilian. The author points out the essence of all important positions and explains themes and plans clearly. Perfect for all levels of chess. Please have a look at it...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, July 06, 2010 23:47
We have just received: Chess Informant 107. The latest volume of Chess Informant contains: 736 games played between September and December 2009, the most interesting combinations and endings, studies, tournament standings and cross tables, the creative output of Magnus Carlsen and much more..! This book is a must for every competitive player!
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Anonymous
Friday, July 02, 2010 20:22
New: Chess Training Pocket Book, 3rd Revised Edition. Lev Alburt, three-time US chess champion and renowned chess author, presents and analyzes the 300 most important game positions essential to becoming a strong chess player. This book will save you years of hit-and-miss reading and sporadic improvement. Game-winning knowledge in one easy-to-...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 20:43
In his book "The Ruy Lopez Revisited", Sokolov referred to it as a fully-fledged variation. Liviu Dieter Nisipeanu surprised world's number one Magnus Carlsen last Thursday, by choosing this gambit to equalize easily in the ninth round of the Kings Tournament. You might have guessed it by now, I'm talking about the dynamic Jaenisch Gambit. Proven...

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