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  • Author:
    Гогаев

    8.62 $
  • Author:
    Gulko

    Book written by outstanding grandmaster Boris Gulko, the only champion in the history of both the USSR and the USA, a participant matches of applicants, and his student, professor of psychology Joel Snead, is dedicated to the connection of strategy and tactics, as well as Psychology of chess. In this book, Boris Gulko reveals in a fascinating way. the secrets of his skill and teaches Joel Snead wisdom royal game. In each installment, the reader is invited to decide. several tasks of different difficulty levels. This book will be useful not only to professionals, but also widely. to a circle of chess lovers.

    13.79 $
  • Author:
    Kostrov

    20.69 $
  • Author:
    Dreev

    15.52 $
  • Author:
    Ed. doctor of art critic V. Kudryavtsev

    The gift album is dedicated to the works of the Soviet artist Galina Satonina (1905-2000). A student of vivid representatives of the Kazan avant-garde & raquo; in the person of K. Chebotarev - A. Platunov, she found her innovative way in painting and original performing technique. And life in chess prompted many champions of the Kazan and Tatarstan chess main theme in the work of Satonina: "Chess is a realistic fairy tale". The illustrated edition presents the most significant works of the artist from the collection "Russian Chess House", whose talent is widely known both in our country and abroad. Designed for fans of painting and chess.

    31.03 $
  • 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:
    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:
    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:
    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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