Please recommend some good books

pdve

I have browsed/flipped through HTRYC, Pawn Structure chess, and basic stuff like that. Maybe someone can recommend some other good books.

gdzen

I'm reading "think like a grandmaster" from alexander kotov. it teaches you how gm's think in certain situations. I recommend it.

gdzen

found a review about the book which is written here in chess.com, take a look..

https://www.chess.com/article/view/quotthink-like-a-grandmasterquot-by-alexander-kotov

pdve

thanks gdzen I am familiar with that book. I also have the sequel play like a grandmaster.

pfren

https://www.reddit.com/r/chess/comments/hl4y1u/fide_trainers_commission_trg_list_of_recommended/

pdve

excellent

seeking_the_light

I am currently going through these books, You may like them

Woodpecker method is an excellent book for doing tactics.

Winning Chess series by Yasser Seirwan.

Mastering chess strategy by Johan Hellsten

Silman's Complete Endgame course

Logical Chess move by move by Irving Chernev

For Openings repertoire, I am currently reading My first chess opening repertoire as black and White by Vincent Moret. I think those opening are good and I have done little changes in the repertoire.

seeking_the_light
bisht_bisht_bisht wrote:

I am currently going through these books, You may like them

Woodpecker method is an excellent book for doing tactics.

Winning Chess series by Yasser Seirwan.

Mastering chess strategy by Johan Hellsten

Silman's Complete Endgame course

Logical Chess move by move by Irving Chernev

For Openings repertoire, I am currently reading My first chess opening repertoire as black and White by Vincent Moret. I think those opening are good and I have done little changes in the repertoire.

In my opinion these books are sufficient to reach 2000 rapid on chess.com. I could be wrong. 

seeking_the_light
bisht_bisht_bisht wrote:
bisht_bisht_bisht wrote:

I am currently going through these books, You may like them

Woodpecker method is an excellent book for doing tactics.

Winning Chess series by Yasser Seirwan.

Mastering chess strategy by Johan Hellsten

Silman's Complete Endgame course

Logical Chess move by move by Irving Chernev

For Openings repertoire, I am currently reading My first chess opening repertoire as black and White by Vincent Moret. I think those opening are good and I have done little changes in the repertoire.

In my opinion these books are sufficient to reach 2000 rapid on chess.com. I could be wrong. 

Damn I didn't saw your ratings. You are 1900 you don't need these books then. Haha my bad. I thought a 1000 rated player is asking for them.

LeeEuler

This question likely belongs in a different forum, but I have liked reading "Learning from Bobby Fischer's Greatest Games"