Crucial Chess Skills for the Club Player Volume 1 by Robert Ris Crucial Chess Skills for the Club Player is split into three parts: Endgame, Tactical Play and Middlegame Strategy. The endgame part of the book mostly concentrates on rook endgames. Every player needs to possess the knowledge of some
My Secret Weapon: 1.b3 by Wesley So (PC-DVD) Learn from one of the best players in the world! The Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack with 1.b3 (or 1.Nf3 followed by 2.b3) is a system, rather neglected by theorists, which nevertheless can be a forceful weapon in the hands of an ambitious white player.
If you want a quick and easy way to improve your game, Chessable.com is a training site well worth looking into. Created by Swindon-based club player David Kramaley and US International Master John Bartholomew, it has (until recently) been known primarily as an opening trainer. But a series of new
Grandmaster Preparation: Thinking Inside the Box by Jacob Aagaard Hardback, 408 pages In Thinking Inside the Box Jacob Aagaard describes his chess improvement philosophy, developed over more than twenty years of thinking about one question: How do we make better decisions at the chess board? As the final volume in
Master Class Volume 8 – Magnus Carlsen (PC-DVD) Scarcely any world champion has managed to captivate both chess lovers and the general public to the extent Magnus Carlsen has. The enormously talented Norwegian arrived on the scene as if from nowhere, without having been systematically trained within the structures of
Chess Tactics for Intermediate Players by Meszaros Andras Paperback, 131 pages This book is one part of a tactical series. Besides enabling self-education it helps trainers and school chess instructors to make their pupils acquire and practice a combinational and tactical approach to chess. This book deals with the fundamentals