The new book of the famous chess journalist, master, international arbiter and Russia is first of all the memories of a man who worked for many years in the Chess Department of the USSR Sports Committee and the USSR Chess Federation. Before his eyes passed the chess life of the country and he was a direct participant in this life.
In the proposed book the author appears as a man "wise with the experience of life, an intelligent companion, a narrator with a sense of humor and lyricism ... A series of short stories of the author forms a bright palette of events in which the main thing is the recent still living for us past, unlike the present ... "
Alexander Belyavsky - one of the strongest Soviet grandmasters, four-time champion of the USSR, an applicant to the world chess crown. His book is a kind of textbook of the struggle for a chessboard. The struggle that has led the author to victories for dozens of times.
1000 questions of a chess player: Everything about the wonderful and fascinating world of chess from the very first moves to the brilliant victories of world champions Bereslavsky
This book will open to you the amazing and fascinating world of chess. She will teach you to play this ancient game that millions of people of all ages around the world continue to get involved in.
Album dedicated to Nona Terentyevna Gaprindashvili-Soviet and Georgian chess player, Honored Master of Sports (1964); the fifth world chess champion in history (1962-1978), the first international grandmaster among women (1976), and the first woman to be awarded the title of international grandmaster for men (1978). Five-time champion of the USSR. Chairman of the FIDE Women’s Commission (International Chess Federation, 1980-1986). Winner of the first prize & quot; Chess Oscar & quot; (1982). President of the National Olympic Committee of Georgia (1989-1996). In Georgian.
A fascinating story about one of the most remarkable chess players of the past century. To some extent, the book reflects the 20th century. Here is the end of tsarism, the October Revolution and the formation of the Soviet state, and universal education, and ... the popularity of chess! There is a gallery of figures of art, literature, science, rulers of the state, sports leaders. And most importantly - portraits of ordinary people, who are the very essence of Russian land. One can understand how science, culture (including chess), and the life of the people themselves are adapting to the changing structures of public life, changing ideology; Adapts to, as far as possible, develop successfully. Yes, the conditions in which people operate are changing. They dissolve in history over time, but genuine achievements remain. Chess passed through his whole life; they forced to think, strive for truth - otherwise you won’t win at the chess table - and tempered character. These "chess" qualities were subsequently used both in engineering and in cybernetics. This is a story about how an ordinary boy, who was born back in tsarist Russia, was educated (already in Soviet times), became an engineer, and then a scientist.
The book illustrates the eventful life of the first Soviet world chess champion, a famous scientist in the fields of electrical engineering and cybernetics. Coated paper. Gift Edition.
The last lifetime revision of the memoirs, supplemented by lots and numerous color photographs. Almost 400 p., Hard cover with embossed.
In this book the best parties of the first Soviet world champion M. Botvinnik are collected, relating to the final period of his activity as a chess player-practitioner. The reader will find examples of chess games from matches for the world championship with V. Smyslov, T. Tal, T. Petrosyan and several other competitions in 1957-1970, as well as previously unpublished photos from the life of the famous grandmaster. The book is designed for qualified chess players.
This book is a continuation of the scientific work of M.M. Botvinnik "Analytical and Critical Works, 1923-1941", which was first published more than thirty years ago. The great chess player continues the story about his sports and creative activity in the period 1942-1956, including winning the title of world champion, leads 130 best games of this time.
In this book, 120 best games played during the period from 1923 to 1941 are presented. In the introductory article the author tells about the beginning of his sports and creative way, about how the game became his profession. The book is intended for professional chess players.
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