Chess Tips for the Improving Player by Amatzia Avni
English | 1 Feb. 2008 | ISBN: 1906552002 | 236 Pages | PDF |14 MB
Chess Tips for the Improving Player gives practical advice for club players who want to take the next step towards chess mastery. Amatzia Avni looks at life from an unusual angle.
The Quickest Chess Victories of All Time by Graham Burgess
English | 1 July 1998 | ISBN: 1857445384 | 192 Pages | PDF | 11 MB
An ability to punish errors in the opening i s an essential aspect of modern opening play. With this book , FIDE Master Graham Burgess presents a comprehensive collec tion of the shortest decisive games in chess history. '
Positional Chess Handbook: 495 Instructive Positions from Grandmaster Games (Dover Chess) by Israel Gelfer
English | 24 July 2013 | ISBN: 0486419495 | 224 Pages | PDF | 4 MB
The player with a positional advantage has a better chance at a direct attack, and this complete guide by a grandmaster shows how to develop a more powerful strategic game. Key squares, bad bishops, pawn structures, and other examples appear in ascending difficulty, with cross-references. For players at every level. 495 black-and-white illustrations.
The Hippopotamus Rises: A Chess Opening by Andrew Martin
English | 7 Nov. 2005 | ISBN: 0713489898 | 140 Pages | PDF | 14 MB
In these days of huge databases and long forcing lines, the Hippopotamus chess opening stands out, offering everyone the chance to play chess in an original and interesting way.
Rocking the Ramparts: Guide to Attacking Chess by Larry Christiansen
English | 17 Nov. 2003 | ISBN: 0713487763 | 257 Pages | PDF | 20 MB
The ultimate book to instill in the reader an understanding of the middlegame with an emphasis on tactical alertness.
Mastering Positional Chess: Practical Lessons from a Junior World Champion by Daniel A. Naroditsky
English | 17 Dec. 2009 | ISBN: 9056913107 | 240 Pages | PDF | 7 MB
If you want to excel at chess, you have to delve deeper, and appreciate not only visually pleasing combinations, but much more subtle positional ideas as well , writes Daniel Naroditsky (1995) in this book.