Books in category Games – Chess

  • 三國博弈對決象棋 博弈~孫子兵法(上)

    三人象棋,益智好玩 適合人仕:親子活動 學生課外活動 好處:從遊戲中領悟用兵之道及博奕之論。增強思考能力,啟發博奕思考。 (本書可配合象棋一起玩樂)

  • Chess Openings for the Average Player

    Chess Openings for the Average Player
    T. D. Harding, Leonard Barden

    Clearly written guide covers all openings: the Benko Gambit, Bird's Opening, Centre Game, Dutch Defence, Four Knights Game, King's Gambit, others.

  • Test Your Chess

    Test Your Chess
    Zenon Franco

    At the end of each lesson there is a points scale to indicate how well you have 'played'. This means you are able to accurately measure your progress as you work through the book.

  • Tal Move by Move

    Tal: Move by Move
    Cyrus Lakdawala

    In this book, former American Open Champion Cyrus Lakdawala selects and examines his favourite Tal games, from the beginning to the end of his exceptional career.

  • Morphy Move by Move

    Morphy: Move by Move
    Zenon Franco

    This is an excellent way to improve your chess skills and knowledge. * Learn from the games of a chess legend Important ideas absorbed by continued practice *Utilizes an ideal approach to chess study

  • How Not to Play Chess

    How Not to Play Chess
    Eugene A. Znosko-Borovsky, Evgeni? Aleksandrovich Znosko-Borovski?, Fred Reinfeld

    One of the outstanding chess expositors of the 20th century presents the basis of analysis in a disarmingly simple way.

  • Better Chess for Average Players

    Better Chess for Average Players
    Tim Harding

    Clear, straightforward guide covers fundamentals of attacking and positional play, the endgame, assessing positions and choosing moves, difficult positions, time-trouble, much more. 384 diagrams.

  • Chess For Beginners

    Chess For Beginners
    I. A. Horowitz

    The former U.S. Open Champion offers novices an introduction to chess that stresses ideas and method's for opening play

  • Common Sense in Chess

    Common Sense in Chess
    Emanuel Lasker

    From the day when he won the World's Chess Championship from Steinitz in 1894 to his defeat by Capablanca in 1921, Emanuel Lasker reigned as the undisputed chess genius of the world.

  • 200 Brilliant Endgames

    200 Brilliant Endgames
    Irving Chernev

    Analyzes endgame strategies from a variety of chess matches.

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