Invisible Chess Moves
Discover Your Blind Spots and Stop Overlooking Simple Wins
by Neiman & Afek
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Every chess player knows that some moves are harder to see than others.
Why is it that, frequently, uncomplicated wins simply do not enter your mind? Even strong grandmasters suffer from blind spots that obscure some of the best ideas during a game. What is more: often both players fail to see the opportunity that is right in front of their eyes.
Common Sense in Chess
by Emanuel Lasker
One of the all-time chess classics. Originally published in 1896/7, the book featured lectures given by Lasker in London in 1895. The e+ edition includes a lengthy Foreword by IM Jeremy Silman.
Chess Praxis: My System in Practice
by Aron Nimzowitsch
Translated by Robert Sherwood
Chess Praxis expands and elaborates on the ideas presented by Nimzowitsch in his famous book My System. It also contains many of his finest games.
by Simon Williams
This is a revised, updated and expanded e+Books version of GM Simon Williams' DVD, of the same name.
There are sections on the Main Line, Lines where White avoids Fianchettoing, Aggressive Set-Ups and Early Gambits, Early Deviations with 2 Nc3 or 2 Bg5, the English Set-Up (without d4), and 1 Nf3 Lines where White avoids playing d4 or c4.
Chess Strategy for Club Players
The Road to Positional Advantage
by Herman Grooten
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Winner of the 2009 ChessCafe Book of the Year Award.
Every club player knows the problem: the opening has ended, and now what?
With this book, IM Herman Grooten presents to amateur players a complete and structured course on:
How to recognise key characteristics in all types of positions;
How to make use of those characteristics to choose the right plan.