X

    Popular Chess Terms

    Current Filters:
    1. Remove This Item Discounted Items: Show Me The Sales Items!
    2. Remove This Item Manufacturer: Everyman Chess
    Discounted Items
    1. Show Me The Sales Items! (9)
    Price
    $0 $21 $0 to $21
    Manufacturer
    1. Everyman Chess (9)
    2. Mongoose Press (1)
    Popular Book Series
    1. Winning Chess (1)
    Author(s)
    1. Amatzia Avni (1)
    2. Colin Crouch (1)
    3. Craig Pritchett (1)
    4. Glenn Flear (1)
    5. Lorin D'Costa (1)
    6. Nigel Davies (2)
    7. Simon Kay (1)
    8. Timothy Taylor (1)
    Show Less Show More

    9 Item(s)

    per page

    Grid  List 

    Set Descending Direction
      Random Shopworn Book!
      Endgame-Winning Moves, Strategies and Philosophy from One of the World's Best Chess Players
      Catalog Code: SWBRANDOM

      Random Shopworn Books These are books that are shopworn, but we only have one or two of. All of them are great books by lengendary authors, and all can be yours for a signifigantly reduced price! When you buy a random shopworn book, we cannot guranteea specific book selection. Please take this into consideration when purchasing. Books pictured are a sampling of the books available.
      img

      Random Shopworn Book!

      Our Price: $6.95
      SHOPWORN - 10 Great Ways To Get Better At Chess
      Catalog Code: SWB0305EM

      How can you improve at chess? This is the eternal question asked by players of all levels. Which part of the game should you focus on? How often should you play? Should you change your opening repertoire? What's the best way to learn from your defeats? So many questions ... and yet direct answers are hard to find. It's no wonder aspiring players are left bewildered and in need of direction.In this book grandmaster Nigel Davies provides that direction. He examines the methods used by a number of players who were looking to improve their game, and how they went about achieving their goal.
      img

      SHOPWORN - 10 Great Ways To Get Better At Chess

      Regular Price: $26.95

      Our Price: $13.50

      SHOPWORN - Chess For Rookies
      Learn To Play, Win and Enjoy!
      Catalog Code: SWB0279EM

      Chess for Rookies is a fun-to-read, leisurely, yet well-paced guide. Assuming no prior knowledge of the game, Craig Pritchett takes the beginner on a journey through the crucial basics. Mixing instruction and good humour, this book is an ideal way to learn how to play and win at chess.
      img

      SHOPWORN - Chess For Rookies

      Regular Price: $21.95

      Our Price: $11.00

      SHOPWORN - Creative Chess
      Catalog Code: SWB0078EM

      Most chess books aim to guide and instruct by offering principles, rules, schemes and theories. Creative Chess, on the other hand, has a quite different and original approach. It firmly maintains that every chessplayer, whether amateur or master, is capable of creating something new in chess. After a discussion of the characteristics and processes of creativity, 10 central concepts, such as unusual positioning and functioning of pieces, alertness to subtle differences, absurd moves, and flexibility, are presented with a wealth of truly amazing examples to encourage the reader to broaden the horizons of his chess thinking.
      img

      SHOPWORN - Creative Chess

      Regular Price: $19.95

      Our Price: $10.00

      SHOPWORN - Practical Endgame Play
      Beyond the Basics
      Catalog Code: SWB0148EM

      The Definitive Guide to the Endgames that Really Matter!

      Welcome to a new type of endgame book. A book that includes...
      The most common endgames you will ever encounter.
      Examinations of material balances you will reach in almost half of your games.
      Over 500 pages of grandmaster advice and analysis, assisted by the latest computer software.
      img

      SHOPWORN - Practical Endgame Play

      Regular Price: $40.95

      Our Price: $21.00

      SHOPWORN - Rules of Winning Chess
      Catalog Code: SWB0287EM

      Some players seem to be naturally gifted at chess. Almost effortlessly they seem to know what to do in every position. They recognize the best squares for their pieces; they know whether to seize the initiative with a bold attack or play quietly; whether to trade pieces or avoid exchanges; how to exploit opponents' weaknesses while minimizing the effect of their own - they make it look all too easy!
      img

      SHOPWORN - Rules of Winning Chess

      Our Price: $13.50
      SHOPWORN - True Combat Chess
      Winning Battles over the Board
      Catalog Code: SWB0106EM

      Winning Battles over the Board, International Master and former US Open Champion Timothy Taylor draws upon his wealth of personal experience to offer an instructive and entertaining account of how to improve your understanding of chess and your results.
      img

      SHOPWORN - True Combat Chess

      Regular Price: $24.95

      Our Price: $12.50

      SHOPWORN - Who Dares Win?
      Attacking the Kings on Opposite Sides
      Catalog Code: SWB0294EM

      Both players are gunning for each other's kings. Whose attack will break through first? This is a typical scenario in chess games. In such tense battles where one slip can be fatal, often it's a case of 'who dares wins'. But it's not enough to throw your pieces up the board and hope for the best. To succeed you need to acquire sophisticated attacking and defensive skills. The good news is that they can easily be learned, remembered and put into practice.
      img

      SHOPWORN - Who Dares Win?

      Regular Price: $26.95

      Our Price: $13.48

      SHOPWORN - Why We Lose at Chess
      Catalog Code: SWB0303EM

      The main reason why we lose at chess is no big secret: we all make unnecessary mistakes! But simply acknowledging this fact isn't enough to help us improve. The big question is, how can we eliminate these mistakes from our game, or at least keep them to an absolute minimum?
      img

      SHOPWORN - Why We Lose at Chess

      Regular Price: $26.95

      Our Price: $13.50

    9 Item(s)

    per page

    Grid  List 

    Set Descending Direction
    lb
    lb