Similar chess books to Kasparov's my great predecessors, which cover classics with commentary

kindaspongey

https://www.amazon.com/H-R-Pufnstuf-Complete/dp/B00465I17Y

ghost_of_pushwood

I prefer this one (it's cheaper too!)

https://www.amazon.com/Collection-Pufnstuf-Sigmund-Monsters-Electra/dp/B07FHKJH8Y/ref=sr_1_2?crid=YCUL0YH31KAV&keywords=sid+%26+marty+krofft&qid=1560285366&s=movies-tv&sprefix=sid+%26+marty+k%2Caps%2C176&sr=1-2

ghost_of_pushwood

(Though it's apparently not exactly the short version.)

Lyudmil_Tsvetkov

                              

The paperback is out: https://www.amazon.com/Fine-Art-Chess-Lyudmil-Tsvetkov/dp/107264858X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Get "The Fine Art of Chess" - "Logical Chess" for the 21st century.

You won't be sorry.

Lyudmil_Tsvetkov

Gee, two more oil tankers sunk.

War on the horizon, or will we never see it?

Lyudmil_Tsvetkov

Concerning "My great predecessors", well, it's an excellent series of books, but too advanced for the average player, it seems.

Kasparov analysis, especially on his matches with Karpov, is outstanding, as he has been directly involved, though how many players do comprehend the handling of games by the very best?