WINNING AT CHESS

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  1. Remove This Item Year of Publication: 2010 - 1998
  2. Remove This Item Manufacturer: Ishi Press
Year of Publication
1960 2014 1998 to 2010
Author(s)
  1. Bent Larsen (1)
  2. Bobby Fischer (1)
  3. Donn Mosenfelder (1)
  4. Dr. Max Euwe (1)
  5. Eric Schiller (2)
  6. Eric Schiller (2)
  7. Fred Reinfeld (3)
  8. I.A. Horowitz (1)
  9. Kenneth Mark Colby (1)
  10. Leonid Shamkovich (1)
  11. Lev Polugaevsky (1)
  12. Max Euwe (1)
  13. Reuben Fine (1)
  14. Steffen Zeuthen (1)
  15. Stuart Marquilies (1)
  16. Walter Meiden (1)
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  3. NL - Notationless (1)

    Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
    Learn to Think the Way Bobby Does
    Learn to think the same way Bobby Fischer did. This is the fastest, most efficient, most enjoyable book on chess ever compiled. As the student, you start at the beginning and progressively develop your skills as you apply Bobby Fischer's principles and learn how to play Chess the Bobby way.
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    Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

    Learn to Think the Way Bobby Does
    Catalog Code: B0007IS
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    Secrets of a Grandpatzer
    How to Beat Most People and Computers at Chess
    Secrets of a Grandpatzer is the outstanding work by world renowned psychiatrist Kenneth Mark Colby. Mr Colby began this project by trying to help himself become a better player and to raise his United States Chess Federation rating.
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    Secrets of a Grandpatzer

    How to Beat Most People and Computers at Chess
    Catalog Code: B0082IS
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    Saving Lost Positions
    It is not always possible to win a game of chess by obtaining an advantage and then logically converting it into a win. In the games of average players the result is often in doubt until the last blunder and the more resourceful player will usually triumph.
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    Saving Lost Positions

    Catalog Code: B0087IS
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    Zoom 001 - Zero Hour for Operative Chess Opening Models
    This is the groundbreaking cult classic by the Legendary Grandmaster Bent Larsen and the noted openings theoretician Steffen Zeuthen. Zoom 001 stands for Zero Hour for Operative Opening Models. The principal idea behind Zoom 001 is the creation of "pattern knowledge" of typical middle game/endgame structures—one of a grandmaster's essential qualities—cultivated through the use of the Grunfeld and Catalan openings.
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    Zoom 001 - Zero Hour for Operative Chess Opening Models

    Catalog Code: B0088IS
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    The Road to Chess Mastery
    Through an introduction that explains how the ordinary chess player can improve in the various phases of the game of chess, and in enlightening commentaries far more extensive than space permits in an ordinary annotated game, former World Champion Dr. Max Euwe shows how a chess player should think, by indicating the moves for all but the most obvious moves of each game. By applying what he learns in this work the reader may, indeed, find himself traveling the road to chess mastery.
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    The Road to Chess Mastery

    Catalog Code: B0111IS
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    Point Count Chess
    An Accurate Guide to Winning Chess
    This book, via the Point Count, shows the reader how to evaluate these differences and exploit them. What is more, the reader also acquires a working knowledge of more than a score of plans, their mechanisms and physical contours, and the influence they exert in actual play.
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    Point Count Chess

    An Accurate Guide to Winning Chess
    Catalog Code: B0124IS
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    Grandmaster Performance
    This book is a collection of deeply analyzed and instructive grandmaster games by Polugaevsky.
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    Grandmaster Performance

    Catalog Code: B0162IS
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    Lessons From My Games
    A Passion For Chess
    This rich book distills the experience gained during one of the most brilliant chess careers of our time - a career that has been distinguished equally in chess play and in chess analysis. Lessons from My Games combines the best of Reuben Fine the famous grandmaster, who has been a top contender in many of the century's greatest tournaments, with the best of Reuben Fine the writer, whose matchless books have been landmarks in chess history.
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    Lessons From My Games

    A Passion For Chess
    Catalog Code: B0172IS
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    Learn to Attack with Rudolph Spielmann
    This books is designed to teach the aspiring chessplayer how to build an attack from the opening. It is based on the games of Rudolph Spielmann, one of the greatest attacking players of all time. All of the games belong to the category of the Open Game, characterized by the initial moves 1.e4 e5. One hundred games have been selected to illustrate not only how to carry out in attack, but how to build an attack from the opening.
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    Learn to Attack with Rudolph Spielmann

    Catalog Code: B0196IS
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    Chess for Amateurs
    How to Improve Your Game
    The present book is an endeavor to help the aspiring amateur by giving him the sort of games that are played by himself and his circle of intimates
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    Chess for Amateurs

    How to Improve Your Game
    Catalog Code: B0223IS
    Our Price: $12.95

    Chess Quiz
    Chess Quiz is a collection of 15 chess quizzes each with 20 puzzles in them, for a total of 300 in all. The reader grades himself. If he gets 18 of the 20 right he is master strength. If he gets 16 right he is club player strength. If he gets 14 right he is amateur strength. If he gets only 10 right he is average strength
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    Chess Quiz

    Catalog Code: B0228IS
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    Chess by Yourself
    HAVE you ever wanted to play chess with the masters? Reinfeld shows you how. Now you can play against some of the world's greatest masters, in the privacy of your study with no annoying “kibitzers” around, and with no time limit to harry you!
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    Chess by Yourself

    Catalog Code: B0227IS
    Our Price: $18.95

    The Development of Chess Style
    This is essentially a book on chess history, showing how different styles of chess play became popular and flourished and then faded in popularity, such as for example the Hyper-Modern Style of play that became "All the Rage" in the 1920s and 1930s.
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    The Development of Chess Style

    Catalog Code: B0235IS
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