What New Books Published between 2015-2017 That You Like?

jambyvedar

These books should be published in year 2015,2016 or 2017.

Rsava

 I liked this one:

Essential Tactics: Building a Foundation for Chess Skill

The author (James Stripes) has pretty clear writing skills and presents his stuff in a straightforward manner.

He just released another book that is in my cart but not yet purchased:

Five Days to Better Chess: Essential Tools

Looking forward to reading that one also.

Nordlandia

The Exchange Sacrifice by sergey kasparov. 

jambyvedar

Some good books in this period

 

Chess Structures: A Grandmaster Guide

https://www.amazon.com/Chess-Structures-Mauricio-Flores-Rios/dp/1784830003

 

Positional Decision Making in Chess by Gelfand

https://chessbookreviews.wordpress.com/tag/positional-decision-making-in-chess/

 

Tactics Time 2

https://www.amazon.com/Tactics-Time-Chess-Everyday-Players/dp/9056915371/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

 

wayne_thomas

Viktor Bologan. Bologan's Ruy Lopez for Black: How to Play for a Win Against the Spanish Opening.

Konstantin Sakaev and Konstantin Landa. The Complete Manual of Positional Chess: The Russian Chess School 2.0: Opening and Middlegame.

Vladimir Tukmakov. Risk & Bluff in Chess: The Art of Taking Calculated Risks.

Matthew Sadler. Chess for Life.

Aron Nimzowitsch. My System & Chess Praxis: His Landmark Classics in One Edition.

TwoMove

Jacob Aaagaard's "Thinking inside the box", which complets a whole training course, calculation, endgame play etc.

jambyvedar

Chess Intuition Versus Calculation: Understanding what you need (Ultimate Strategies Book 1)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LMSF0CG?psc=1

Kulabubacar06

Rsava wrote:

 I liked this one:

Essential Tactics: Building a Foundation for Chess Skill

The author (James Stripes) has pretty clear writing skills and presents his stuff in a straightforward manner.

He just released another book that is in my cart but not yet purchased:

Five Days to Better Chess: Essential Tools

Looking forward to reading that one also.

Rsava wrote:  I liked this one:Essential Tactics: Building a Foundation for Chess SkillThe author (James Stripes) has pretty clear writing skills and presents his stuff in a straightforward manner.He just released another book that is in my cart but not yet purchased:Five Days to Better Chess: Essential ToolsLooking forward to reading that one also.

OldPatzerMike

"Chess Structures: A Grandmaster Guide" by Mauricio Flores Rios, published in 2015, is one of the best chess books I've ever studied. It clearly presents the basic plans for both sides in common middle game structures, illustrated by well annotated GM games. 

GM Flores is reportedly working on a second volume covering additional structures, which I will buy as soon as it comes out. However, he is working on obtaining his Ph.D. in mathematics, so completion of that book could be delayed a while.

Yokahu
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jambyvedar

Active Pieces: Practical Advice from America's Most Relentless Tournament Player

https://www.amazon.com/Active-Pieces-Practical-Relentless-Tournament/dp/193627776X/ref=pd_sim_14_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=193627776X&pd_rd_r=47BJ5C7Q826YH6Q1J7CA&pd_rd_w=Yvw9z&pd_rd_wg=TRqOC&psc=1&refRID=47BJ5C7Q826YH6Q1J7CA

 

Training with Moska: Practical Chess Exercises - Tactics, Strategy, Endgames

https://www.amazon.com/Training-Moska-Practical-Exercises-Strategy/dp/9056916769/ref=pd_sim_14_3?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=9056916769&pd_rd_r=CSNQWPZBD0DVAJHGTGCV&pd_rd_w=WpLFQ&pd_rd_wg=29nbC&psc=1&refRID=CSNQWPZBD0DVAJHGTGCV

SeniorPatzer

Thanks for the suggestions!

TwoMove

Is Jay Bonin somebody well-known in american chess circles?

mickynj

IM Jay Bonin  has been a constant presence at American tournaments for many years. I would guess that he plays over 250 rated games every year. Since he is an IM, he is obviously a very strong player. Since he is not a GM, he is not super-strong. I have not read his book, but I can see that it could be very instructive to see how a strong player manages to score so well against the average Experts and Masters he needs to beat in order to win prizes

jambyvedar
TwoMove wrote:

Is Jay Bonin somebody well-known in american chess circles?

 

From what i heard, he is popular at US chess circuit. He is a legend in US  chess circuit and a good coach.

wayne_thomas

Bonin is one of the top 10 players at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City.  Perhaps not as well known as Leonid Yudasin, Michael Rohde or Mark Paragua, but he is quite active.

jambyvedar
wayne_thomas wrote:

Bonin is one of the top 10 players at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City.  Perhaps not as well known as Leonid Yudasin, Michael Rohde or Mark Paragua, but he is quite active.

 

The Filipino player GM Mark Paragua is now based in US?

wayne_thomas

He lives in New York City, and plays at the Marshall Chess Club.

jambyvedar

Some nice recently published good books.

 

The Rise and Fall of David Bronstein

https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Fall-David-Bronstein/dp/5950043316/ref=pd_sim_14_3?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=5950043316&pd_rd_r=9XA0FK4H6HB0FR2TX6ZY&pd_rd_w=vIRbj&pd_rd_wg=neI2O&psc=1&refRID=9XA0FK4H6HB0FR2TX6ZY

 

Team Tal: An Inside Story

https://www.amazon.com/Team-Tal-Inside-Valentin-Kirillov/dp/5950043308

 

Together With Morozevich

https://www.amazon.com/Together-Morozevich-Alexey-Kuzmin/dp/9492510146/ref=pd_rhf_dp_1?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=9492510146&pd_rd_r=05EK3GQJMKF20SJWDPH6&pd_rd_w=acE00&pd_rd_wg=FFh4I&psc=1&refRID=05EK3GQJMKF20SJWDPH6