I am impossible to buy christmas presents for.
That being said, my family and friends always shower me with book store gift certificates, which suits me fine.
So many books so little time, but here is a list of the books I'm planning on buying.
-Judgement and Planning in Chess by Max Euwe (supposed to be one of the only decent books on planning)
-My 60 Memorable Games by Bobby Fischer (Everyone is supposed to go through this at least once right?)
-Bent Larsen's Best Games of Chess by Bent Larsen (I've heard Larsen is an excellent annotator and a funny guy too)
-The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal (The classic!)
So, does anyone have any good suggestions for some lovely books I might have left out? I'm also big on political economic literature and might pick up Human Action by Ludwig van Mises.
What book are you picking up for Christmas this year?