Feature columns by Adams, Leitao, Marin, Berg, Mueller, Roiz and others. As always, the volume is full of traditional annotated games, as well as combinations, endings, and studies.
Chess Informant 129
Most Instructive Endgames of 2016
Author: Arkadij Naiditsch & Csaba Balogh$17.99Publisher: Chess Evolution | Release Date: February 2017 | Contents: 224 pages
2016 brought us a lot of interesting tournaments and matches. The book analyzes the most instructive endgames of 2016**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
Chess Informant 131
Author: Various$29.99Publisher: Chess Informant | Release Date: May 2017 | Contents: 328 pages
Feature articles by GMs Sulskis, Amonatov, Adhiban, Cordova, Oleksiyenko, Xiangzhi, Adams, Wenjun, Ganguly, and others. Hundreds of deeply annotated GMs games in the tradition of Chess Informant.**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.