Pillsbury's Chess Career (Sergeant & Watts)

Pillsbury's Chess Career

by Sergeant & Watts
ISBN: 978-1-927179-42-0

US $6.99

This chess classic appeared 16 years after the death of Harry Nelson Pillsbury in 1906 and represents an important contribution to chess literature. It was the first book in English to trace the meteoric rise of the American chess legend from relative chess obscurity to becoming one of the world's strongest players. It combines biographical detail with 233 annotated games, many of which have caught the imagination of chess followers then and now with their combination of positional insight and sparkling tactics.

The Grand Prix Attack (Viktor Moskalenko)

The Grand Prix Attack

Fighting the Sicilian with an early f4
by Evgeny Sveshnikov
New In Chess

ISBN: 978-1-927179-36-9

US $17.99

The Grand Prix Attack is one of White’s deadliest weapons against the Sicilian Defence. It continues to be highly popular with tournament chess players all over the world. While earlier publications mainly focused on tactics, this book finally gives the f4 Sicilian the coverage it deserves.

Tune Your Chess Tactics Antenna (Emmanuel Neiman)

Tune Your Chess Tactics Antenna

Know when (and where!) to look for winning combinations
by Emmanuel Neiman
New In Chess

ISBN: 978-1-927179-40-6

US $14.99

If only life was as straightforward as a book of chess exercises! If only someone would tap you on the shoulder every time the moment to demonstrate your tactical skills arrives!

Winning Chess Middlegames (Sokolov)

Winning Chess Middlegames

An Essential Guide to Pawn Structures
by Ivan Sokolov
New In Chess

ISBN: 978-1-927179-35-2

US $16.99

Ever wondered why grandmasters take only seconds to see what's really going on in a chess position? It's all about structures, as Ivan Sokolov explains in this groundbreaking book. Winning Chess Middlegames addresses the often ignored but extremely important topic of pawn structures, divided into four main types: doubled pawns, isolated pawns, hanging pawns and pawn majorities.

"Easily one of the best middlegame books of recent times" Chess Magazine

Taming Wild Chess Openings (Watson & Schiller)

Taming Wild Chess Openings

Good, Bad, and Ugly
by John Watson & Eric Schiller
ISBN: 978-1-927179-33-8

US $11.99

Taming Wild Chess Openings is an original e+ book. This entertaining and useful work addresses several of the average chessplayer’s needs. It provides solutions to scores of rarely-played openings, as well as tricky openings that present difficult problems. In addition, the authors present schemes for unbalancing the game and playing for advantage versus sound but passive openings which can be irritating to play against. The reader is also encouraged to look into some unusual openings as a way to get original and interesting play in over-the-board contests.