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  • Author:
    Franco

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Bogdanovich

    The first major work dedicated to the remarkable chess player Efim Dmitrievich Bogolyubov, who twice played the match for the title of world champion. In chess literature, Bogolyubov's work is not widely represented. Meanwhile, the chess legacy of one of the greatest chess players of the first half of the twentieth century & ndash; it is a storehouse of chess ideas and techniques. & nbsp; The first part of the book is a biographical sketch supplemented by rare, previously unknown documents and photographs. In the second part, which examines Bogolyubov's chess work, his creative portrait is given. Bogolyubov's creativity is so multifaceted that one can pick up an example from his games on any topic of general chess theory. & Nbsp; Detailed comments and distribution of material by topic make the book a real textbook. & Nbsp; For a wide range of chess lovers.

    62.06 $
  • Author:
    Ionov

  • Author:
    Ivashchenko

    15.31 $
  • Author:
    Kasparov

    Dmitry Plisetskiy's comment: - In the new edition of the 1st volume of the book by Garry Kasparov & quot; My great predecessors & quot; a number of historical facts were clarified and comments on all (!) 148 parties were thoroughly revised. Many previous estimates have changed in the games of Andersen, Morphy, Steinitz, Chigorin, Tarrash, Lasker, Capablanca, Alekhine ... For example, in such famous games as the 7th game of the match Lasker - Steinitz (1894) or Pilsbury - Lasker (Petersburg 1896) , and indeed in all key parties of the match Capablanca - Alekhine (Buenos Aires 1927). Garry Kasparov’s five volumes & laquo; My great predecessors & raquo; has no analogues in chess literature: the 13th world champion talks about the fate and work of the twelve previous champions and their rivals, about a century and a half struggle for world championship. Exploring the famous games under the microscope of powerful computer programs, the author changes many previous estimates and, in essence, summarizes the development of chess in the 20th century. The first volume is about & laquo; uncrowned kings & raquo; past and the first four official world champions & mdash; Steinitz, Lasker, Capablanca and Alekhine. Here is the second edition, radically supplemented and revised. 48 pages of artwork on coated paper. & nbsp;

    32.28 $
  • 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

    24.83 $
  • Author:
    Fine

    9.52 $
  • Author:
    Tal

    Tal Mikhail Nekhemievich (9.11.1936 & mdash; 28.06.1992) eighth world champion (1960 & mdash; 1961), international grandmaster (1957). Latvian Champion 1953, 1965 USSR Champion 1957, 1958, 1967, 1972, 1974, 1978 Eight-time winner World Chess Olympiads as part of the USSR team, six-time European champion and three-time champion the world among students in the team competition. First Winner the first unofficial world blitz championship (1988). By- the winner of the interzonal tournaments 1958, 1964, 1979, tour- nira of the 1959 contenders, participant of two matches at the world championship championship and seven matches of the candidates. Has won victories in 44 international tournaments. The most complete collection of M. Tal's games is designed for a wide range of chess lovers

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Shereshevsky

    New work of the honored trainer of Belarus, the author of the classic works `` Endgame Strategy '' and `` Endgame Contours '', & ndash; about understanding modern play in a complex game endgame. From the foreword of the 14th world champion Vladimir Kramnik: “In my youth, when I was just starting to study chess, one of the, one might say, 'bibles'. on the game endings was a book by the same author, Endgame Strategy. She was considered `` canonical '', all the coaches in the Soviet Union recommended to their students: `` Read Shereshevsky! '' I myself have carefully studied this book, and I really liked it. I heard that Magnus Carlsen also liked her & ndash; of course, many years later. The book `` With youth '' into the endgame '' continues the same line, but it would certainly be unfair to call it 'second edition' & ndash; there are a lot of new things in it. And not just additional fresh examples (this two-volume book is probably 3-4 times larger than a Soviet paperback book), but also original concepts, new approaches to studying the endgame. ” The book is addressed primarily to young chess players, their coaches and parents, but will be useful to all chess lovers, regardless of age and qualifications.

    24.83 $
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