Welcome


Chess Biographies

Currently Shopping by:
  1. Remove This Item Chess Notation Type: NL - Notationless
Price
$0 $30 $0 to $30
Year of Publication
2011 2016 2011 to 2016
Manufacturer
  1. Ishi Press (1)
  2. New in Chess (1)
  3. Simon and Schuster (1)
Chess Notation Type
  1. FAN - Figurine (42)
  2. DN - Descriptive (26)
  3. AN - Algebraic (23)
  4. NL - Notationless (4)
  5. LAN - Long Algebraic (2)
  6. FLAN - Long Algebraic (1)
Show Less Show More
Author/s
  1. Helgi Olafsson (1)
  2. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov (1)
  3. Ludek Pachman (1)
  4. Tim Crothers (1)

4 Item(s)

Grid  List 

    The Queen of Katwe
    One Girl's Triumphant Path to Becoming a Chess Champion
    Catalog Code: B0069OB

    Queen of Katwe is the colorful true story of a young girl selling corn on the streets of rural Uganda whose world rapidly changes when she is introduced to the game of chess, and, as a result of the support she receives from her family and community, is instilled with the confidence and determination she needs to pursue her dream of becoming an international chess champion.
    img

    The Queen of Katwe

    $15.95
    Checkmate in Prague
    The Memoirs of a Grandmaster
    Catalog Code: B0138IS

    Ludek Pachman's account of his political struggles is interspersed with numerous chess anecdotes about many of the masters he faced in tournament play, such as Alekhine, Bobby Fischer, Botvinnik, and Tal
    img

    Checkmate in Prague

    $29.95
    Bobby Fischer Comes Home
    The Final Years in Iceland, a Saga of Friendship and Lost Illusions
    Catalog Code: B0109NIC

    Bobby Fischer Comes Home tells the story of their complicated friendship and paints an intimate portrait of the last years of the man who many see as the greatest chess player that ever lived.
    img

    Bobby Fischer Comes Home

    $19.95
    The President's Crown of Thorns
    Catalog Code: B0101IS

    Autobiography of Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, President of the World Chess Federation (''FIDE'') from 1995 to the Present. This is an amazing book because it describes the break-up of the Soviet Union and provides an autobiography of how a man realizing the huge changes in the process of taking place in Russian society was able to become a millionaire.
    img

    The President's Crown of Thorns

    $25.95

4 Item(s)

Grid  List