Mikhail Tal’s splendid account of his world championship match victory
Author: Mark Dvoretsky$16.99Publisher: Russell Enterprises | Release Date: May 2018 | Contents: 280 pages
In this, his penultimate work, legendary chess instructor Mark Dvoretsky (1947-2016) explores identifying and dealing with problems on the chessboard.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
Miniatures in the Main Line Ruy Lopez
Author: Carsten Hansen$9.99Publisher: Russell Enterprises | Release Date: June 2017 | Contents: 196 pages
The lines covered in this book, the Ruy Lopez Main Lines, arise (with a few exceptions for move order and such) after 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Nf6 5 0-0. Some of the lines are incredibly theoretical, but rather than burden you with a ton of theory in lines you will have limited chance of using in your own games, the emphasis is on the lines that are more likely to occur in your games. Those lines will be in chapters 3 and 4, the two longest chapters of the book. This book is by no means an all-encompassing theory work, which means that there is a lot of theory that is not discussed in the notes. This is of course intentional. The book is written to entertain and inspire. If you find some lines that you like, you are encouraged to dive deeper into those lines before using them in your own games.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
The Chameleon Variation: Confronting the Sicilian on Your Own Terms
Author: Carsten Hansen$12.99Publisher: Russell Enterprises | Release Date: November 2017 | Contents: 160 pages
The Sicilian jungle is vast. Unless you have a massive amount of time on your hands, it is an exhausting task to keep a sharp opening repertoire together against Black’s numerous possibilities. It does not mean that it is impossible, nor does it mean that you shouldn’t do it. But for the average player with an average amount of time available for chess studies, it is important to pick the right battles. This is where our weapon, the Chameleon Sicilian, comes in handy. It proposes a very flexible way for White to handle the Sicilian Defense using the move order 1.e4, 2.Nc3 and 3.Nge2.**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.
Looking For Trouble: Recognizing and Meeting Threats in Chess
Author: Dan Heisman$11.99Publisher: Russell Enterprises | Release Date: May 2014 | Contents: 192 pages
Looking for Trouble … helps you to recognize threats by providing over 300 problems in which you focus on identifying and meeting threats in the opening, middlegame and endgame. The author’s clear explanations are presented in a manner that should greatly benefit players of all levels**Prices may vary by country or platform. Please consult the "store" tab within the app.