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  • Author:
    Tukmakov

    A new book by a respected grandmaster and trainer is devoted to the most pressing issue: how to make working with a computer as efficient as possible? Using the example of numerous detailed commented games of the super tournaments of recent years, the author explains what kind of opening philosophy a particular representative of the world chess elite professes, and how he builds his opening repertoire. Despite the intrusion of computers, the middlegame to a much greater degree retained its individual coloring. Therefore, it is interesting to trace how the strongest chess players of our time approach the solution of non-standard problems that arise during the game. Even the best players make sometimes incomprehensible mistakes that make it difficult to find a logical explanation. In the final part of the book, the author attempts to understand the nature of some errors. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    18.97 $
  • Author:
    Kotov

    The book of one of the strongest Soviet grandmasters, the champion of the USSR and the participant of the candidates' tournaments Alexander Kotov, was originally intended for a foreign reader, was a bestseller in the West, but never published in Russian. Publisher & laquo; Russian Chess House & raquo; gladly fills this gap. The author tells about the strongest Soviet chess school in world history, about the techniques that made it possible for decades to draw the title of world champion by the internal affair of Soviet chess players. You will learn how to learn debut, middle game and endgame, how to work on your games and much more. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    10.52 $
  • Author:
    Kasparov

    Garry Kasparov's long-awaited autobiographical three-volume booklet "My chess path & raquo; continues large-scale projects & laquo; My great predecessors & raquo; and & la modern chess & raquo ;. It includes about 300 best and most memorable games and endings of the 13th world champion with detailed comments. The third volume contains more than 100 parts and covers the late period of Kasparov's creative work (1993 & ndash; 2005). Each chapter of this fascinating book & ndash; a whole milestone in his athletic career. & nbsp;

    24.14 $
  • Author:
    Krejcik

    6.21 $
  • Author:
    Kalinin

    In this book, dedicated to the work of Jose Raul Capablanca, examples are arranged in chronological order. All charts are labeled & mdash; with a number from 1 to 4. This classification allows you to use the book as an & nbsp; assistant for trainers and educators in the classroom with your students, as well as for independent training. So, for the chess players of the initial categories, we recommend resolving the positions marked "1 la" first, and then, perhaps, try their hand at resolving the positions marked "2 la" Snippet 1 Fragment 2

    8.97 $
  • Author:
    Chigorin

    The last tournament triumph of the great Russian chess player Mi- Hail Ivanovich Chigorin & mdash; a brilliant victory in III All-Russia skom tournament that brought together all the color of domestic chess. Chigorin not only won the tournament, but was also the main author in the preparation of next track tournament collection. The book, published in 1904, was with love and very high quality. Officially published for its time, illustrated with photos and a separate group portrait of participants on coated paper. The success of the book contributed not only to its worthy design and a bright analytical work of Chigorin, but also a markedly increased class domestic masters. The legendary compilation of the III All-Russian tournament has long become a great orally inaccessible bibliographic rarities. Thanks to this & nbsp; reprint edition printed on a special paper with a print run of & nbsp; 500 copies, you have the opportunity to become acquainted with our invaluable chess, historical and literary heritage. & Nbsp; Fragment 1 Fragment 2 Tab

    31.03 $
  • Author:
    Henkin

    The plot of this book & ndash; not just a romantic fiction of the author, but also an attempt at a historical study of one of the most delightful hoaxes of the Enlightenment, so rich in all sorts of inventions. 250 years ago, the outstanding inventor Wolfgang von Kempelen designed a mechanical chess player, the great-great-grandfather of modern chess computers. The Kempelen submachine gun toured extensively throughout Europe from Vienna to Paris and London, beating up nobles and even crowned heads - ndash; Frederick the Great and Napoleon. Attempts to penetrate the automaton’s secret have been made repeatedly, often by the most insidious methods that endangered the life of Kempelen and his companions ... Viktor L. Henkin (1923-2010), a chess master, a journalist and a writer, worked on a novel for about a quarter of a century, trying to recreate as precisely as possible the atmosphere of a distant 18th century. Striving for perfection, he rewrote many times and rewrote ready-made chapters and did not manage to finish his novel. The work was completed by his wife, Tatyana Gubarkova, with whom Victor Khenkin always shared his creative ideas, and discussed in detail the plot lines. For lovers of history, chess and adventure literature.

    24.14 $
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