Catastrophes & Tactics in the Chess Openings Volume 1 to 9 (all 9 books) Winning in 15 Moves or less: Chess Tactics, Brilliances & Blunders in the Chess Opening by Carsten Hansen WIN FAST! Everybody wants to win fast, preferably straight out of the chess opening.This is book is a
Strike like Judit! by Charles Hertan The Winning Tactics of Chess Legend Judit Polgar Judit Polgar is the strongest female chess player of all time. From an early age on the Hungarian prodigy baffled the world with her sensational triumphs. At the age of 15 she beat Bobby Fischer’s record
Fundamental Chess Tactics by Antonio Gude A comprehensive guide to tactical ideas – learn how to win material and storm the enemy position! Paperback, 336 pages Once a player has learned how the pieces move, the next task is to put them to work – that is, to study tactics.
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
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
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
Dynamic Decision Making in Chess by Boris Gelfand Hardcover, 288 pages In Dynamic Decision Making in Chess former World Championship Challenger Boris Gelfand continues his investigation into decision-making at the top level, discussing some of his best games as well as his worst slips, giving the reader a unique insight into the
Train Your Chess Pattern Recognition by Arthur Van de Oudeweetering More Key Moves & Motifs in the Middlegame Paperback, 256 pages In this sequel to his instant classic, Arthur van de Oudeweetering presents players of almost every level with a fresh supply of easy-to-remember building blocks for their chess knowledge.