My Chess Career

My Chess Career
by J.R. Capablanca

ISBN: 978-1-927179-59-8

US $6.99


My Chess Career is one of the all time classic chess books. Written by the 3rd World Champion Jose Raul Capablanca, it is both a history of his early career (prior to becoming World Champion) and an instructional manual that has lessons still relevant today. The book includes 35 annotated games, where Capablanca succinctly describes his approach to chess, and his understanding of the important features in critical positions.  His opponents include some of the great names of the early 20th Century, including Alekhine, Marshall, Nimzowitsch and Janowski. Capablanca also describes his path from child prodigy to the World's best player, providing a first person insight into his early achievements.   

Doeberl Cup

The Doeberl Cup

Fifty Years of Australian Chess History
by Bill Egan

ISBN: 978-0-646-57140-9

US $14.99


The Doeberl Cup has been one of Australia's premier weekend chess tournaments since its inception in 1963. It has attracted more overseas Grandmasters and International Masters than any other Australian chess tournament, including such notables as Tony Miles, Englands's first GM; Larry Christiansen, many times US Champion, and Eduard Gufeld, for years a leading Soviet player. It has been a challenging arena for all leading Australian players, including Ian Rogers and Darryl Johansen. The Doeberl Cup continues to grow in prestige every year.

Chess Brilliants

Chess Brilliants

19th Century Chess Brilliance
by I.O. Howard Taylor

ISBN: 978-1-927179-58-1

US $7.99

A collection of 100 games from some of the greatest players of the Romantic Era.

Brilliancies by Morphy, Anderssen, Staunton, Steinitz and many others, from the time when checkmate was to goal, no matter the cost.

Bent Larsen’s Best Games (Bent Larsen)

Bent Larsen’s Best Games

Fighting Chess with the Great Dane
by Bent Larsen
New In Chess

ISBN: 978-1-927179-56-7

US $19.99

Bent Larsen (1935-2010) was one of the greatest fighters chess has ever seen. In his rich career the great Dane defeated all World Champions from Botvinnik to Karpov and he became one of the most successful tournament players of his time. Bent Larsen's uncompromising style and his unorthodox thinking made him popular with chess players all around the globe.