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  • Author:
    Ivashchenko

    12.76 $
  • Author:
    Kalinichenko

  • Author:
    Tarrash

    Author of the book & mdash; outstanding German grandmaster, contender for world title and chess writer. The book presents two collection including chess games with detailed comments authors played at tournaments in Ostend (1907) and St. Petersburg (1914). The strongest chess players of those years & mdash; everyone was a champion their country. Among the participants: Z. Tarrash, K. Schlechter, D. Yanovsky, A. Rubinstein, M. Chigorin and many others Hence the name & mdash; & laquo; Tournaments than- peonies & raquo ;. Particular importance is attached to these chess lists. world champion E. Lasker and two future champions & mdash; H.R. Capablanca and A. Alekhine. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Bogoljubow

    One of the most legendary tournaments in the history of chess. Constellation of names: first place & mdash; E. Bogolyubov, second & mdash; Em. Lasker, third & mdash; J.R. Capablanca! And also: F. Marshall, R. Reti, A. Rubinstein, R. Shpilman and many others. During the tournament, film director V. Pudovkin shot the famous feature film Chess Fever, in which world champion Jose Raul Capablanca played himself. All games of the First Moscow with comments from the winner of the tournament. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Каселас

    The author, international master, FIDE trainer, conceived this a book as an introductory course on strategy, in an understandable form explaining its basic principles. The first volume deals with positional maneuvers. ry and techniques typical for each individual figure, during the second & mdash; to combine shapes in their interaction or confrontation. The book contains many examples in which you need find the necessary moves in the game or a solution for a given game position. This work will serve as an excellent guide both for self- independent training of players and chess trainers

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Kostrov

    4.14 $
  • Author:
    Tal

    Tal Mikhail Nekhemievich (11/9/1936 - 06/28/1992) eighth world champion (1960 - 1961), international grandmaster (1957). Latvian Champion 1953, 1965 USSR Champion 1957, 1958, 1967, 1972, 1974, 1978 Eight-time winner of the World Chess Olympiads as part of the USSR team, six-time European champion and three-time world champion among students in the team competition. Winner of the first unofficial World Blitz Championship (1988). Winner of interzonal tournaments 1958, 1964, 1979, Candidates Tournament 1959, participant of two matches for the world championship and seven matches of candidates. He won 44 international tournaments. The most complete collection of M. Tal's games is designed for a wide range of chess amateurs

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Kalinichenko

    1100.00 $
  • Author:
    Karpov

    Full color printing. On coated paper. Chess & mdash; the royal game that the chess king will teach you & mdash; world champion Anatoly Karpov. You will learn about the manners and habits of the figures, learn how to attack energetically and coolly defend yourself. You will get acquainted with many tricks and traps that can be put to reckless opponents and, last but not least, learn how not to get into them yourself. Having traveled through the pages of this book, you will prepare for your first chess battle with the help of a great chess player & mdash; against mom or dad, friend or computer, on the Internet or at a competition. The book will allow your child to easily learn the rules of the game, helping him to win not only in chess, but also in life. After all, chess develops perseverance, logical thinking and memory, teaches rational use of time. According to this textbook, teachers, trainers or parents can even teach children the basics of a wise game, even with minimal chess preparation. the game.

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Воробьев

    20.69 $
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