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  • 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:
    Golenishchev

    Like other titles in the Training Program for Chess Players series, this volume is both an excellent textbook for independent study and a powerful training aid for chess coaches. In the view of many experts, no better work of this kind has ever been written. coach and Master of Sport. Golenishchev's programs are still considered. critically important and are successfully employed in chess schools. His teaching methods remain popular in Russia and around the world. Supervised by Editor-in-Chief and former Karpov, this new edition of Golenishchev's classic work is updated to include important games from the recent high-level chess competitions, reflecting modern approaches to the game. OPENING Fragment 1 OPENING Fragment 2

    25.00 $
  • Time control without adding. Pause. Sound signal. Size 14 x 9 x 5 cm. Weight with batteries 150 g. Powered by one AA-type battery (supplied)

    55.17 $
  • The pawn height is 4.5 cm, the king is 9.7 cm. King diameter 3, 7 cm. With a metal weighting agent . The weight of the set is 1 kg. Super stable on the board. The bases of the figures are covered with green cloth. Two spare queens! Color - black and white.

    34.48 $
  • 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:
    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:
    Alburt

    The book is dedicated to one of the brightest and most intense fights for the world crown of the last decades, during which chess in our country returned to television screens and front pages of central newspapers. Grandmaster Lev Alburt and master John Krumiller not only thoroughly analyzed all the games, but also managed to present comments in a convenient and instructive manner. The 14th world champion Vladimir Kramnik, who explains in detail the key moments of each game, and also shares his thoughts on the psychology of the struggle at the highest level, helped the authors greatly. It is not by chance that this work won the highest award of the US Chess Journalists Union. & Nbsp; Especially for the Russian edition, the foreword was written by Sergey Karjakin, who after the match in New York was perhaps the most popular athlete in Russia. Numerous photographs will help the reader to plunge into the atmosphere of this intellectual confrontation. For a wide range of chess lovers.

    17.24 $
  • Author:
    Bronstein

    In this book, two essentially different completely different editions of the famous Chess Tutorial game are combined under one binder in one book. & raquo; They were written by an outstanding grandmaster and chess writer, world vice-champion David Ionovich Bronstein, according to which the second edition of the "self-help" & raquo; & mdash; it’s just the second part. Instead of a dry academic language, the author offers himself in the meeting to the reader and in a lively manner talks about how the strongest players of the world play, how they seek to get that or another favorite position & mdash; after all, in chess, first of all, they are not looking for the best move, but a way to achieve a favorable position. If you follow the advice of a wise mentor, then you will greatly increase the strength of your game. The self-instruction manual is designed for a wide circle of readers familiar with the Shah game, but many useful things will come from the book and experienced Shah matists and coaches.

    20.69 $
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German Chess Book: Schachmeisterturnier zu Kemeri in Lettland 1937 (Reprinted edition)

Publisher: Novaya Odessa

20 $

RUB

Description:

This book is a reprinted edition of the one, published in Riga, in 1938. The year of publishing is approximately 1992.
The book is absolutely new but the quality of printing is not sharp. 
Kemeri 1937 was a chess tournament held in the resort town Ķemeri, Latvia, at the Gulf of Riga from 16 June to 8 July 1937. There were three co-winners: Samuel Reshevsky, Salo Flohr and Vladimir Petrovs. Petrovs was one of the world's leading chess players in the late 1930s (e.g., the 8th Chess Olympiad at Buenos Aires 1939), but due to the political tragedies that befell the Baltic states in World War II, he became a victim of the Soviet oppression and perished in Kotlas (Russia) gulag in 1943. Alekhine and Keres tied for 4th through 5th. Endre Steiner from Hungary captured sole 6th with six points, followed by Saviely Tartakower Ruben Fine for 7th and 8th respectively.

 


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