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  • Author:
    Kasparov

    26.90 $
  • Author:
    Sosonko

    Genna Sosonko (Gennady Borisovich Sosonko, 1943) & mdash; international native grandmaster, two-time champion of Holland. Emigre- rampart from the Soviet Union in 1972 and since then lives in Amsterdam. Winner and winner of many international tournaments. Being renowned journalist and commentator, last quarter century devotes to literary work. According to the 13th world champion Garry Kasparov, today Genna Sosonko & mdash; & laquo; undisputed writing chess player number one & raquo ;. In his new book, which includes 32 pages of unique photos on coated paper, the author talks about secrets success in chess, about state leaders of the past and the present- who was somehow involved in the ancient game, and about the chosen ones Caissa & mdash; Capablanca, Alekhine, Fisher, Karpov and Kasparov. For a wide range of chess lovers. Snippet 1 Fragment 2

    15.52 $
  • Author:
    Kostrov

    The authors of the book, teachers of the highest category Vsevolod Kostrov and Nikolai Yakovlev, well known to chess lovers. According to their textbooks 20 In recent years, classes have been conducted in schools in different cities of Russia and abroad. Books are modern, any teacher or coach can work on them. AT In this textbook, the authors continue to familiarize young chess players with the wisdoms of the great ancient game. The book is designed for children who have already met with the basics of chess art and want to reach the level of 2-3 digits. Recommended for teachers in schools and children's art houses. For the widest range of children, parents and coaches

    11.72 $
  • Author:
    Guliev

    Fourteenth world champion Vladimir Kramnik is a prominent representative of the classical trend in chess. His work harmoniously combines a subtle understanding of position, immaculate possession of combination weapons and perfected endgame technology. The 30 games of V. Kramnik, presented in this book and commented on by grandmaster S. Guliyev, will give readers a great aesthetic pleasure. For educational purposes, the parties are divided into thematic sections, each of which is provided with a brief introduction Fragment 1 Fragment 2

    7.59 $
  • Author:
    Yudovich

    Mikhail Mikhailovich Yudovich & mdash; Honored trainer of the RSFSR, grandmaster and champion of the USSR in correspondence, an outstanding chess teacher and writer. In his book, he talks about the importance of a consistent game, about how chess players create and implement sound plans. The author raises such questions as the order of actions to achieve the goal, the real prerequisites of the plan, how the plan is created, etc. The book is illustrated by carefully selected examples. For a wide range of chess lovers. Snippet 1 Fragment 2 & nbsp;

    5.86 $
  • Author:
    Гогаев

    8.62 $
  • Author:
    Dinerstein

    On coated paper. You have in your hands the first children's textbook on the Go board game, published in Russian. It will help to master the game from scratch in a week and make the learning process fun and exciting. The child will plunge into the world of adventure, will worry about the fate of treacherous pirates, solve interesting tasks with the heroes. Go & mdash; a unique way from an early age to develop logical and abstract thinking, memory and imagination, concentration and perseverance. Both hemispheres of the brain are involved in this game: for success they are needed as analytical thinking & mdash; ability to measure profits, calculate options, & mdash; and intuition & mdash; the ability to find harmony, build beautiful forms. Go's game is very popular among businessmen, politicians and scientists around the world. This game will not be taught at school, but you can give your child the opportunity to get to know it on their own. Snippet 1 Fragment 2 We also recommend: & nbsp; http://www.chessm.ru/catalog/show/10023

    14.83 $
  • Author:
    Dreev

    15.52 $
  • Author:
    Weinstein

    Purpose of the book & mdash; to teach chess lovers opening combinations and traps. How to play at the beginning of the game? What should be done so as not to fall into the traps, and how to learn how to arrange them yourself? You will find the answers in this wonderful book. The author, the famous chess writer and coach, introduces the reader in a fascinating way to his collection of typical opening combinations and traps, which he has collected over many years. This edition combines both of the previous ones (including illustrations). For a wide range of chess lovers. Snippet 1 Fragment 2

    5.86 $
  • 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

    10.00 $
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    The author of the book, Gareth Williams, examines the history of chess pieces, starting with the ancient cultures that existed in Asia and ending with modern chess that participate in competitions today. Most of the chess presented in the pages of this book dates back to the mid-18th century. Some of them come from ivory carving centers known at the time, such as Berkhampur in eastern India, Guangzhou in China, Dieppe in France or Kholmogory in Russia. These countries have developed their own schools, each with its own special plots, decorative motifs and methods of processing the material, which are usually passed down from generation to generation. The book will also introduce you to serious historical facts, interesting characters and fascinating details about the matches in which they participated.

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    All 775 games played, comments, tables. 

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    Content: I.Zaitsev. In memory of Alexei Vyzhmanavin. Y.Averbakh. From the manuscript Gioachino Greco. V. Chachin Joacino Greco and Andre Filidor. Debut news. In your filing cabinet

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    This book contains 50 chess diagrams, each showing a critical position in which a very strong move follows. You can also take part in the interesting chess fights by trying to find the moves in question. The game itself is shown on the page after the diagram. And the chess great whose games you can review was called by the ex world champion Euwe "the greatest chess phenomenon of all time".

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    Book DescriptionPaul Morphy: Pride and Sorrow Chess is the only full-length biography of Paul Morphy, in the pre-war chess prodigy who launched United States participation in international chess and is still usually recognized as the greatest American chess player of all time.

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    A rare book published in Riga!

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    This book contains 50 chess diagrams, each showing a critical position in which a very strong move follows. You can also take part in the interesting chess fights by trying to find the moves in question. The game itself is shown on the page after the diagram. And the chess great whose games you can review is considered by many to be the strongest chess player the world has ever seen.

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    The Astrel publishing house continues to release a new series - Encyclopedia of Chess Olympus, dedicated to the life and work of all world chess champions from Steinitz to Kramnik. The authors are famous Russian writers and historians of chess Isaac and Vladimir Lindera. Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhin (1892–1946) is the 4th world chess champion (1927–35, 1937–1946). Among the greatest chess players of all time, Alexander Alekhin is distinguished by the scale of his creative heritage and the aesthetic appeal of the game. From 1908 to the last years of his life, he participated in 94 tournaments, in 64 of them came out the winner and in 12 occupied second places. He played 26 matches (including 5 in the world championship) and was the only chess champion in history who died undefeated. Alekhin influenced the chess life of dozens of countries and peoples due to his vivid performances in tournaments, matches, touring tours, as well as literary works.

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    Party, biography, photos, statistics. Mikhail Botvinnik (1911 - 1995) - man-era! He was born under the last Russian emperor Nicholas II, and died under the first president of Russia, Boris Yeltsin. He received instructions from the second world champion Emanuel Lasker and gave lessons to the fourteenth champion Vladimir Kramnik himself. While studying at school, he did not know the slide rule, and at a respectable age he played chess with a computer. Botvinnik was not yet 25 years old when he became one of the living symbols of a great power and remained it for the next 60 years. His remarkably solid nature was mixed up with a mixture of communist education, the Spartan regime and an innate sense of intelligence. He was one in two persons - the Champion and the Scientist. Doctor of chess and grandmaster of electrical engineering. The main advantages of Botvinnik - iron will, a scientific approach, a clear vision of the goal. Botvinnik accumulated the best features of the Soviet chess school. And at the same time, this school embodied many of the priorities it proclaimed. Botvinnik devoted thirty years of his life to the creation of an “artificial intelligence” - a chess program, not only a “master playing by virtue”, but also “thinking like him.” "Pioneer" was his pride, and his pain, and his "blue bird". Botvinnik's multivolume legacy is a classic of world chess, his life is an example of disinterested service to chess art.

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    Party, biography, photos, statistics. Mikhail Tal, the eighth world chess champion. A short, fragile youth with big black eyes, a phenomenal memory and unique intuition proved to the chess world that 2x2 = 5 (!). A genius of attacks and combinations, he always acted in accordance with S. Tartakower's postulate - “sacrifice in order not to become a victim!”. For Tal, chess matter in battles is nothing, beauty is everything! He melted the "chess Antarctica", took millions of fans into voluntary chess captivity. In the life of Tal, there was no everyday life, the game of chess for him has always been a holiday. Truly the gigantic strength of the spirit again and again prevailed over the hardships of the flesh. He did not think about the future, giving joy to his contemporaries, and his descendants left his creativity - an imperishable bible of chess combinations.