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  • Improve Your Chess in 7 Daysby Gary Lane

    Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 9.63

    No time to study but want to win more chess games?"Improve Your Chess in 7 Days"is packed with practical tips, hints on how to improve, learn from the champions and find out how to beat them - in just a week. With one short chapter for each day of the week, the book is ideal for social chess players and includes a sprinkling of chess cartoons to keep... more...

  • Think Like a Grandmasterby A A Kotov

    Pavilion Books 2012; US$ 10.92

    This is a well-established training manual which encourages the average player to understand how a grandmaster thinks, and even more important, how he works. Kotov tackles fundamental issues such as knowing how and when to analyze, the tree of analysis, a selection of candidate moves and the factors of success. more...

  • What It Takes to Become a Chess Masterby Andrew Soltis

    Pavilion Books 2012; US$ 14.57

    A quirky but useful exploration of the qualities chess masters have that you don't, and how to acquire them. more...

  • How to Play the English Openingby Anatoly Karpov

    Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 9.63

    The English Opening, from the Flank Games group, was developed by Howard Staunton. In this opening, white avoids or delays the occupation of the centre with Pawns. Once considered a minor diversion, the English is now one of the main openings and all modern world champions have played it. One of the most famous world champions, Anatoly Karpov, brings... more...

  • 1000 Checkmate Combinationsby Victor Henkin

    Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 13.11

    This truly outstanding book, first published in Russian in the 70s and regarded there as a classic, contains everything you need to know about delivering checkmate. more...

  • Chess: The Complete Self-Tutorby Edward Lasker

    Pavilion Books 2014; US$ 16.03

    One of the longest established, yet still most innovative, introductory chess manuals. Laskers masterwork has already provided a generation of aspiring chess players with an entertaining course in the basics of mastering chess. This edition, edited by John Nunn, is the definitive chess teaching manual. Interactive chess exercises Superb examples... more...

  • Play 1 d4by Richard Palliser

    Pavilion Books 2014; US$ 16.03

    A comprehensive study book for players who would like to cultivate a reliable yet initiative-seeking opening repertoire as White, based on the opening moves 1 d4 followed by 2 c4. Specific main lines and side-variations are given to combat Black's possible choices of the King's, Queen's and Bogoljubow-Indian defences as well as the modern Benoni and... more...

  • One-hour Wargamesby Neil Thomas

    Pen and Sword 2014; US$ 13.50

    One of the biggest problems facing wargamers is finding the time to actually play. Most commercially available sets of rules require several hours to set up and play to a conclusion; some can easily swallow up a whole day or weekend. For many gamers this means that their lavishly prepared miniature armies rarely get used at all. Apart from time, the... more...

  • Study Chess with Talby Mikhail Tal; Alexander Koblencs

    Pavilion Books 2014; US$ 13.11

    Mikhail Tal is one of the all-time chess greats. In 1960 he became the youngest champion in world history at the age of 23, sweeping to victory at his first attempt. His extraordinary tactical ability has never been bettered, and his reputation goes from strength to strength. This absorbing book, first published in the early 1980s, is based on diaries... more...

  • The Batsford Book of Chess for Childrenby Sabrina Chevannes

    Pavilion Books 2013; US$ 9.84

    Chess is experiencing a new wave of popularity in schools, and it's educational too. Organisations like Chess in Schools are promoting it as the perfect way to develop analytical thinking skills, foster the competitive instinct and provide a lot of fun along the way. This cute, character-based book, aimed at children aged 7 and up, is a complete guide... more...