Feature columns by Morozevich, Marin, Flores Rios, Sokolov, Berg and others.
A comprehensive report on the Sinquefield Cup 2015, and, as always, hundreds of deeply annotated games, combinations, endings, and studies.29
Chess Informant 122
Author: Various$29.99Publisher: Chess Informant | Release Date: December 2014 | Contents: 336 pages
A fresh collection of feature articles and deeply annotated games. Among the columnists are GMs Morozevich, Inarkiev, Marin, Berg, Ipatov, Kotronias, Rozentalis, Ivan Sokolov, Wesley So.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
Capablanca: A Primer of Checkmate
Author: Froscp Del Rosario$11.99Publisher: Mongoose Press | Release Date: November 2014 | Contents: 176 pages
In this groundbreaking work, award-winning chess coach and author Frisco Del Rosario shines a long-overdue light on this neglected aspect of Capablanca’s record. He illustrates how the Cuban genius used positional concepts to build up irresistible king hunts, embodying the principles of good play advocated by the unequaled teacher, C.J.S. Purdy. The author also identifies an overlooked checkmate pattern – Capablanca’s Mate – that aspiring attackers can add to the standard catalogue in Renaud and Kahn’s The Art of the Checkmate. As Del Rosario shows, Capablanca has inspired not only generations of players, but also many of the classics of chess literature.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
Most Exciting Games of 2016
Author: Arkadij Naiditsch, Csaba Balogh, & Sebastien Maze$17.99Publisher: Chess Evolution | Release Date: March 2017 | Contents: 240 pages
The book contains 50 of the most exciting games of 2016. These games from high-level tournaments have been selected and analyzed by Grandmasters Naiditsch, Balogh, and Maze.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
One Knight Saves the Day
Author: Sergei Tkachenko$7.99Publisher: Elk and Ruby Publishing House | Release Date: November 2017 | Contents: 206 pages
Sergei Tkachenko, a member of the Ukrainian team that won the 5th World Chess Composition Tournament in 1997 and which came second in 2000, 2004, 2013, and 2017, has collected 100 studies whose common theme is that white ends up with just one knight in the finale, yet manages to win or draw**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.