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  • Author:
    Воробьев

    0.00 $
  • Electronic chess clock, recommended by FIDE. DGT 2010 appeared in 2007, and in June 2008, after testing by high-profile arbitrators who concluded that the clock met all the rules of the organization, received the status of "official FIDE watches". * setting various time controls, including Fisher and Bronstein controls (with the addition of time) * attractive design * convenient display and buttons * turning on / off the sound signal * pause

    155.17 $
  • Author:
    Шенкленд

    22.41 $
  • 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.

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Kalinichenko

    The vast majority of opening guides are written for adult readers. This book is also devoted to the theory but it is junior. The structure of the book is simple and attractive: openings are examined using examples from actual games, each of which is presented in the form of a lesson with its own name. Several such lessons form an opening theme, and the examination of each theme concludes with exercises. In each opening, attention is drawn to its characteristic tactical and strategic ideas of combinations for independent solution strictly corresponds to the opening theme. Written in clear and easy language, the book is furnished with a large number of diagrams. Colored explanatory arrows on the diagrams and the selection of individual pages with a colored background make the book easier to understand. Regular work solve two problems: deepen the student's knowledge and develop his tactical vision, thus improving his skill and results.

    24.00 $
  • Author:
    Аудеветеринг

    World Champion Magnus Carlsen, answering a question about the methods of improving young chess players, emphasized: “One of the most important skills is pattern recognition: the ability to see typical themes and patterns on the board, characteristic features of a position and the resulting consequences.” This book is dedicated to the development of precisely these skills and abilities: it clearly shows what kind of `` image '' (pattern, typical maneuver, plan) must be recognized in one type of position or another in order to choose the correct plan. We are talking specifically about strategic techniques, and not about tactical ones, like typical mate attacks. The book is divided into four parts, each of which is preceded by a small preface. The chapters contain at least six examples per template, since repetition is the mother of learning. Self-help assignments will help you better assimilate the material. After studying the book, the typical plans, maneuvers and related ideas presented in it will firmly remain in your memory and will be of great benefit in the upcoming tournament battles. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Gelfand

  • Author:
    Tal

    Tal Mikhail Nekhemievich (11/9/1936 - 06/28/1992) eighth world champion (1960 - 1961), international grandmaster (1957). Latvian Champion 1953, 1965 USSR Champion 1957, 1958, 1967, 1972, 1974, 1978 Eight-time winner of the World Chess Olympiads as part of the USSR team, six-time European champion and three-time world champion among students in the team competition. Winner of the first unofficial World Blitz Championship (1988). Winner of interzonal tournaments 1958, 1964, 1979, Candidates Tournament 1959, participant of two matches for the world championship and seven matches of candidates. He won 44 international tournaments. The most complete collection of M. Tal's games is designed for a wide range of chess amateurs

    17.24 $
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