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Elk and Ruby

Elk and Ruby

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Ian Nepomniachtchi's road from grandmaster to becoming Magnus Carlsen's challenger in 2021 has been long. GM in 2007 and champion of Russia for the first time in 2010, Ian only reached the elite in recent years. His...
€37.00
Rudolf Spielmann was one of the strongest chess players in the world in the first half of the 20th century. Often known as the Last Romantic of chess with his penchant for the King's Gambit and the Viennese opening...
€31.63
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This volume contains 194 items and fragments. Bogdanovich covers the themes of objectivity, imagination, combinatorial play, sacrifice of pieces and pawns, games with rook pawns, pawn phalanges, restriction play,...
€31.63
Petrosian's opponents in Volume II include world champions and challengers Kasparov, Karpov, Fischer, Spassky, Tal, Smyslov, Botvinnik, Korchnoi and Bronstein, as well as notable players such as Timman, Larsen,...
€30.67
A journey from Tigran Petrosian's childhood, through the war years, the successes in the Georgian and Armenian championships, his appearance as an elite player winning the Soviet championship and Olympic gold, and the...
€30.67
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As in the first volume, the analysis of Bogoljubov's games is divided into instructive topics, making his treatise a fantastic textbook for learning a wide range of winning techniques. In this second volume, the...
€28.75
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This tactics book by FIDE Senior Coach GM Jakov Geller teaches the reader how to create mating threats and execute them using a combination of techniques, as well as how to implement key defensive techniques to combat...
€27.00
Szymon Winawer was one of the top 10 players in the world in the 1870s and 1880s, dueling titans such as Steinitz, Lasker, Anderssen, Marshall, Chigorin, Zukertort, Paulsen, Janowski, Maroczy, Tarrasch and others, and...
€24.90
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This book comprises a detailed biography written by chess historian and world chess composition champion Sergei Tkachenko. Tkachenko tells the incredible story of a man who spent almost a year captive in Germany at...
€24.90
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This book aims to provide you with a wealth of self-learning knowledge on handling different types of endings that occur frequently but about which there is not much literature analyzing recent games. Unbalanced...
€23.56
Genna Sosonko, the greatest eminence in Soviet chess history, takes a journey through the life and fate of the great David Bronstein (1924-2006). Unloading  free sample  in the PDF.
€22.02
This book covers the Bogo-Inidia defense although the Bogo-Catalan hybrid is also explained in 114 games deeply commented on in 20 chapters. Unloading  free sample  in the PDF.
€21.06
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GM Dorian Rogozenko, along with a Dream Team of 13 guest commentators including Kasparov and Gelfand, provides a comprehensive play-by-play analysis of the 56 games of the recent Yekaterinburg Candidates tournament...
€21.06
Chetverik introduces and illustrates the concepts of plans, which provide a simple structural framework for players looking to design plans in their own games. Unlike most other books, all the example games are drawn...
€20.10
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Sergei Tkachenko has written a fascinating account of Alexander Alekhine's time in Odessa during World War I, the Russian Revolution and the Civil War, as well as the impact of Odessa on his later life. Unloading...
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Garry Kasparov's first coach, Alexander Nikitin, tells the story of how he trained his pupil from a brilliant youngster to becoming a world champion. The second part covers the period 1982-1990, including the first...
€19.13
Garry Kasparov's first coach, Alexander Nikitin, tells the story of how he trained his pupil from a brilliant youngster to becoming a world champion. The present work covers the period 1973-1981, until Kasparov turned...
€18.17
In this book, aimed at strong tournament players, he presents a broader approach to developing endgame tactical skills. Specifically, it features 101 grandmaster match positions played in 2019, including super GMs...
€18.17
In this book, aimed at strong tournament players, he presents a broader approach to developing tactical and positional middlegame skills. Specifically, he presents 111 match positions from 2019 grandmasters, including...
€16.00
First published in Russian in 2016, this book describes key events in Tal's life, portrays his mentors and opponents, and reveals unknown facts and funny stories about the Wizard of Riga. Unloading  free sample  in...
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Oleg Pervakov is widely recognized as Russia's greatest living chess composer. In this book, Sergei Tkachenko has selected 100 of Pervakov's best studies. Unloading  free sample  in the PDF.
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At the time of Petr's arrest, his son Nikolai was under two years old. Once the Soviet-era archives were opened, Nikolai set out to reconstruct the life and chess career of the father he never knew. This book is the...
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This classic book, first published in the Soviet Union in 1963, contains 77 matches and fragments annotated by Koblenz, who was for many years Mikhail Tal's coach and second. Unloading  free sample  in the PDF.
€13.37
Through the analysis of his 25 most memorable matches, this book, first published in Latvia in 2008, explains the legacy of Alvis Vitolins, which includes many sacrifices in the style of his friend Mikhail Tal....
€40.00
Viktor Korchnoi (1931 to 2016) was a giant of the chess world with a career embracing seventy years and over 5,000 recorded games. He contested two world championship matches against Anatoly Karpov, coming within a...
€23.00
Vsevolod Rauzer, born in Kiev in 1908, was one of the world’s leading chess opening theoreticians and thinkers in the 1930s. As a player, he was an uncompromising attacker, trying to avoid draws as well as to prove...

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