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Chess guide : The positional play



The purpose of this book is to explain to the beginners and the intermediate chess players the basic elements of the positional play:


This book includes the descriptions of the positional elements and the illustrative games of the grandmasters. After reading the description, you can examine the illustrative games that I analyzed and annotated in order to better understand how the positional elements are executed in practice.



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Chess Combinations Checkmates Stalemates



This e-book includes the annotated checkmate and stalemate combinations from the games of the grandmasters. You will read how they won and how they prevented the defeat.
  • Checkmate combinations
  • Stalemate traps
  • Stalemata combinations


When you read this e-book , firstly take some time to find the correct move. Then check if your solution is correct and read the annotations about the moves.


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Dominating Chess Strategy: 6 simple strategies to beat your friends at chess (Study skills, memory improvement, and skill acquisition Book 1)
by Matt Collins

How to create dominating knight outposts
How to rip open diagonals and create devastating bishops
How to invade your enemies positions with your rooks
How to create target pawns and tie your opponent to their defense
How to smother your opponent with space
How to prevent your opponents plans so that they become more and more frustrated





Chess Endgame Trainer: Interactive Lessons for the Advanced Player
by Vladimir Botkinsky

Itís INTERACTIVE: Itís not dull reading!
Just like a real game, you have to make decisions in the endgame. Get it correct, move on to the next problem.
Get it wrong, read the solution and go back and learn the technique.
25 rook(s) vs. rook(s) endgames
25 rook(s) vs. minor piece(s) endgames
25 minor-piece endgames
10 queen vs. queen endgames
15 king and pawn endgames


Pawn Structure Chess
by Andrew Soltis

This major update to the classic guide to pawn structure, written by international Grandmaster Andrew Soltis, teaches readers how to handle their pawns. He explains where best to place them, which pawns to advance or exchange, and why certain structures are good and others disastrous.


Complete Book of Chess Strategy: Grandmaster

by Jeremy Silman

Part I The Opening. He deals with basic opening strategy, castling, development. Part two The Middlegame, attacks on the enemy king, the classic Bishop Sacrifice etc ,combinations and combinational themes.Part III The Endgame Minor Pieces in The Endgame, Passed Pawns in The Endgame ...Part IV deals with Practical Matters .


Modern Chess Strategy (Chess) (Paperback)

Edward Lasker

Even if you don't know the first thing about chess, this book can help you learn the fundamentals behind chess strategy and become a good player within a short period of time. The book is profusely illustrated with hundreds of diagrams and annotated games.


Kids' Book of Chess and Chess Set [BOX SET]

Harvey Kidder

Instead of technical language and difficult diagrams, The Kids' Book of Chess explains all the basic elements of the game in a colorful, dramatic story of the medieval battlefield that the chessboard represents.


A Killer Chess Opening Repertoire

Aaron Summerscale

Aaron Summerscale presents a brand-new armoury of opening weapons for White.




Understanding the Chess Openings

by Sam Collins

This major new work surveys all chess openings, providing a guide to every critical main line and featuring descriptions of the typical strategies for both sides. These commentaries will be welcomed by all club and tournament players, as they will help them to handle the middlegame positions arising from each opening better...


Can You Be a Positional Chess Genius

by Angus Dunnington

International Master and experienced chess teacher Angus Dunnington has carefully assembled an abundance of positional chess puzzles to test players of all levels




My System: 21st Century Edition (Paperback)

Aron Nimzowitsch

This book presents a number of important strategical ideas that all chessplayers should know, e.g. blockade, weak colour complexes. Nimzo had a number of catchy terms which help people remember them, e.g. a passed pawn's lust to expand, absolute 7th rank. The book also contains instructive annotated games.


Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors, Part 5 (My Great Predecessors)

by Garry Kasparov

This volume is devoted to the twelfth world champion Anatoly Karpov and his historic opponent Viktor Korchnoi, and to their staggeringly dramatic struggle for the chess throne, which filled the unusual vacuum that had arisen after Fischer's untimely departure


Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

by Bobby Fischer , Stuart Margulies , Don Mosenfelder

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess" has one checkmate problem per page. The checkmates are as basic as possible. Anyone, who isn't a beginner will solve every problem and be done with the book in minutes if they weren't so bored with the simplicity of each problem.


Winning Chess Tactics, revised

Yasser Seirawan

This is the second in Seirawan's four volumes, taking the reader from the very basics of chess through appreciation of advanced play. He does a remarkable job of discussing tactics that usually appear only in books for advanced players and communicating them to anyone with a grasp of playing fundamentals.


Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual

Mark Dvoretsky

A great new book on the endgame that will make you play better! Dvoretskyís Endgame Manual is sure to become a classic on one of the most difficult and subtle phases in chess


Chess Openings: Traps And Zaps (Fireside Chess Library)

Bruce-Pandolfini

The book consists of 202 short "openers" typical of average players, arranged by level of difficulty. Each example includes:
* an interpretation that explains why the loser went wrong, how he could have avoided the trap, and what he should have done instead
* a review of important principles and useful guidelines to reinforce each lesson.


Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games

by Laszlo Polgar and Bruce Pandolfini

If you love chess puzzles, this massive tome is for you. It's simply one chess challenge after another. With problems fit for beginner and grand master alike, Polgar's collection will feed your craving for years.


Pandolfini's Endgame Course: Basic Endgame Concepts Explained by America's Leading Chess Teacher

by Bruce Pandolfini

Instead of technical language and difficult diagrams, The Kids' Book of Chess explains all the basic elements of the game in a colorful, dramatic story of the medieval battlefield that the chessboard represents.


Complete Book of Chess Strategy: Grandmaster

by Jeremy Silman

Part I The Opening. He deals with basic opening strategy, castling, development. Part two The Middlegame, attacks on the enemy king, the classic Bishop Sacrifice etc ,combinations and combinational themes.Part III The Endgame Minor Pieces in The Endgame, Passed Pawns in The Endgame ...Part IV deals with Practical Matters .
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Chess for Juniors: A Complete Guide for the Beginner

Robert, M. Snyder

Snyder teaches the basic principles and then builds on students' knowledge, giving clear instructions on how to choose and employ opening, middle, and endgame strategies to win.




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