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1. New In Chess issue 2010/1 The World's Premier Chess Magazine by The NIC Editorial team NIC's Caf? - Carlsen Claims London Chess Classic - A Country for Old Men - Roulette Chess - Alexander Grischuk Russian Champion - Alexander Alekhine's Paris Years - Kortchnoi-Spassky Reunion - Chess Metaphors - Old Hands and Young Talents - Just Checking - did they play your opening? In this issue games with the following openings were annotated by world class players read more...

2. New In Chess: The First 25 Years An Anthology, edited by Steve Giddins Ever since its launch in 1984, New In Chess has been the most popular and widely-read chess magazine in the world, with a readership that ranges from world champions to the humblest club player. No other magazine in chess history can boast such a glittering array of world-class grandmasters amongst its regular contributors. Now, to mark the 25th anniversary of the read more... 3. Revolutionize Your Chess A Brand-new System to Become a Better Player, by Viktor Moskalenko A breakthrough in chess teaching by Former Ukrainian Champion and experienced chess coach Viktor Moskalenko. A new concept which teaches players how to develop their personal skills and presents five new basic rules for improving at chess. Moskalenko's Five Touchstones provide players with tools to assess any position. Club players are shown how to get a read more...

4. Attacking Manual 1 & 2 SAVE 10% on volume 1 & 2 Combined, by Jacob Aagaard Jacob Aagaard explains the rules of attack (the exploitation of a dynamic advantage), balanced between understandable examples, and deep analysis. Where Volume One was about the laws of dynamics, the font of all attacks. Volume Two deals with weak kings, sacrifices, various minor attacking themes, intuitive sacrifices, opposite castling, modern king hunts, and read more

5. Chess Strategy for Club Players The Road to Positional Advantage by Herman Grooten AWARDED: ChessCafe 2009 Book of the Year! With this book, International Master Herman Grooten presents to amateur players a complete and structured course on: how to recognize key characteristics in all types of positions, how to make use of those characteristics to choose the right plan. His teachings are based on the famous "Elements" of Wilhelm Steinitz, but Grooten read more...
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