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This is a list of my Chess books and I tried to put them in the proper category.
Example:Art of attack in chess: Vukovic, Vladimir is it a middlegame or games collection book? If someone could put these in the right category/order I would really appreciate the help. Thanks.
My chess books
Endgames:1.Engame Course: Pandolfini, Bruce
Middlegame / Strategy :2.Think like a grandmaster: Kotov, Alexander3.Weapons of chess: Pandolfini, Bruce4.How to reassess your chess: Silman, Jeremy5.Reassess your chess workbook: Silman, Jeremy6.How to choose a chess move: Soltis, Andrew7.Bobby Fischer teaches chess: Fischer, Bobby8.Chess fundmentals: Capablanca, Jose9.Test your positional play: Bellin, Ponzetto10.Chess tactics and strategy: Burgess, and Graham11.Winning chess strategies: Seirawan, Yasser
Games Collections:12.Understanding Chess, Move by Move: Nunn, John13.My 60 memorable games: Fischer, Bobby14.Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking, From the First Move to the Last: McDonald, Neil15.The Art of planning in Chess: Move by move: McDonald, Neil16.Learn chess from the masters: Reinfeld, Fred17.World's greatest chess games: Burgess, Nunn and Emms18.Logical chess, move by move: Chernev, Irving19.The most instructive games of chess ever played: Chernev, Irving20.My best games of chess, 1908-1937: Alekhine, Alexander21.Fine art of chess annotation and other thoughts volume 1: Purdy, C.J.S 22.Chess master vs. chess amateur: Euwe, and Meiden 23.Russian chess: Pandolfini, Bruce24.Planning: McDonald, Neil25.Modern chess miniatures: McDonald, Neil 26.Chess for dummies: Eade, James 27.How to become a candidate master: Dunne, Alex28.Art of attack in chess: Vukovic, Vladimir29.John Nunn's chess puzzle book: Nunn, John30.Zurich International chess tournament, 1953: Bronstein, David
Chess for dummies is definitely not a game collection.
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