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Post  SofaKingKool on Tue Oct 01, 2019 2:59 am

Day 31

The Nimzo-Indian Rubinstein - the ever popular main lines with 4 e3 - Angus Dunnington

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The Nimzo-Indian Defence continues to be one of Black's most popular and respected defences to queen's pawn openings, and finding an antidote for White has proved to be a difficult task for even the strongest players in the world. One of the most straight-forward replies is the Rubenstein Variation (4 e3), in which White ignores Black¿s ¿threats¿ and instead simply gets on with the process of developing his remaining pieces. This plan has found favor with many top players; indeed, Brain Games World Champion Vladimir Kramnik used it to defeat Garry Kasparov in just 25 moves in their 2000 match in London.
In this book, renowned openings theoretician Angus Dunnington explains the ideas and strategies for both white and black players. All the major variations are covered and readers are brought up-to-date with the constantly increasing opening theory.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Wed Oct 02, 2019 2:36 am

Day 32

Practical Rook Endings - Edmar Mednis

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This book will not waste time on hundreds upon hundreds of tedious Rook and Pawn positions and variations. It will, however, give you the ideas on how to play these types of endings. Ideas are easier to memorize than variations - with the right idea, the correct variation will not be so hard to find. It even teaches how to play the "inferior" side of a rook ending.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:35 am

Day 33

Zuke Em - The Colle-Zukertort Revolutionized - David Rudel

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For decades, the chess world has run down the reputation of the Colle-Zukertort (a.k.a. The Rubinstein Attack) as an unassuming opening, claiming it did not exact the full measure of pain from Black in the quest to equalize. If such is the case, why do strong players (as Black) avoid the Zukertort? Instead they opt to play any of several pet defenses rather than deal with the constriction and onslaught of the main line. In Zuke 'Em: The Colle-System Revolutionzed, Rudel explains the basics of the Zukertort and then provided plenty of new ideas to address these various pet defenses that cowardly opponents may choose. In this book you will also find: 1.Introductory chapters for those who would not know the Zukertort from a Lemon Torte. 2.Analysis in real English from the perspective of someone who has played the opening exclusively for over a decade. 3.A barrage of never-before-published answers and extensive commentary on common lines. 4.A training section to help you retain and test your understanding of the opening.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:49 am

Day 34

Bobby Fischer's Outrageous Chess Moves - Bruce Pandolfini

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Describes crucial situations in a hundred of Fischer's chess games and explains the surprising and creative moves he used to turn the games in his favour.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sat Oct 05, 2019 2:40 am

Day 35

Chess Psychology: The Will to Win - William Stewart

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In chess, more than in any other game, battles are won and lost in the mind. US National Master William Stewart is convinced that a positive attitude is crucial if you want to develop and achieve success as a chess player, and in this book he focuses on the vital subject of chess psychology. All the key areas of chess are covered here. Stewart highlights the principles of successful opening play and outlines an easy-to-learn starting repertoire. He also examines positional play, defensive resilience, typical mistakes and how to avoid them, tournament strategy, clock management, how to study chess and much more besides. This book is packed with tips and practical advice for beginners and intermediate players, and anyone wishing to improve their mental approach to chess.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:27 am

Day 36

The Flexible French - Strategic Explanations & Surprise Weapons for Dynamic Players - Victor Moskalenko

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The famous French Defence, one of the most widely-played chess openings, is a fighting opening, which perfectly suits many club players as well as a growing number of top players. International grandmaster and former Ukrainian champion Viktor Moskalenko presents a wealth of original and dynamic options in every main line. His analysis is high-level, yet his touch is light and fresh, and the book sparkles with original ideas. He rounds off with seven relatively unknown weapons, early deviations with which you may surprise your opponent ? as Black or as White!

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Post  SofaKingKool on Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:03 am

Day 37

How to win in the chess openings - I A Horowitz

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International Master Al Horowitz goes through every major chess opening system and provides just one line of play for White, one line of play for Black, and the reason for each move by White or Black. This book will not show the reader how to win every game, but it will provide an easy route which will enable the player to get a reasonable, playable position out of the opening with good winning chances, even against the strongest opponents, without having to memorize a bunch of opening lines. I am reprinting this book because I learned more useful information from this book than and other chess book I ever read. I memorized the entire book, every move in it, when I was 14. The way I was able to remember the entire book was that, for every move in the book, a reason for the move was given. So, if I was trying to remember what the next move was, I would remember the reason for the move. Once I remembered the reason for the move, then I could figure out what the move was. All of the lines in this book are still played at the top levels. None are obsolete. In addition, while some might consider them to be out of date, I think they are OK because the average chess book buyer is a 1300-1500 player, and they do not need to know the latest theoretical variations. The old lines will do just as well if not better. I will recommend this book to any player rated below 1700.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:36 am

Day 38

Winning at Correspondence Chess- Tim Harding

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All chess players dream of playing a perfect game, full of precisely worked-out, spectacular combinations. This is a near-impossible task in the tournament hall, with the clock ticking, which is one reason why many players prefer to play by post, telephone, fax or e-mail. Here is the ideal introduction to the almost blunder-free world of correspondence chess. All aspects of correspondence chess are covered, by an experienced international competitor: what openings to play, how to prepare for correspondence games, how to avoid clerical errors, and how to get started in the first place.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Wed Oct 09, 2019 3:02 am

Day 39

New Ides in the Sveshnikov Sicilian - Valery Neverov & Peter Marusenko

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Using games by Kramnik, Shirov, Nunn and Kasparov, and complete illustrative games to highlight the key ideas, this book offers an examination of one of the most dramatic forms of defence in chess. In the Sveshnikov Sicilian, Black aims for maximum piece activity at the cost of a shattered pawn structure, seeking to seize the initiative regardless of cost. If Black is successful, the pawns will look after themselves. On the other hand, White is aiming to use Black's weaknesses as springboards for an attack of his own. The authors are both experts in the Sveshnikov Sicilian, and Valery Neverov is a Ukrainian grandmaster who twice won the USSR Youth Championship.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:17 am

Day 40

Blindfold Chess History, Psychology, Techniques, Champions, World Records, and Important Games - Eliot Hearst and John Knott

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Book of the Year--United States Chess Federation. Finalist, Book of the Year--English Chess Federation

For centuries, blindfold chess--the art of playing without sight of the board or pieces--has produced some of the greatest feats of human memory, progressing to the extent that the world record in 2009 was 45 [and is now 46] simultaneous blindfold games. This work describes the personalities and achievements of some of blindfold chess's greatest players--including Philidor, Morphy, Blackburne, Zukertort, Pillsbury, Reti, Alekhine, Koltanowski, Najdorf and Fine, as well as present-day grandmasters such as Anand and Kramnik. Including some never before published, 444 games scores are presented, peppered with diagrams and annotations. Hints for playing blindfold, and its practical value, are also included

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Post  SofaKingKool on Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:52 am

Day 41

Sharpen Your Tactics In 7 Days - Gary Lane

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Australian chess champion Gary Lane introduced his unique training methods in the bestselling Improve Your Chess in 7 Days. Now he applies the same quick, effective approach to a book focused on tactics. With realistic examples from actual games, the reader learns to use pins, forks, skewers, decoys, deflections, and other classic maneuvers in every phase of play, from the opening to the endgame. By following the plan day by day studying the positions, reading the text, and performing the exercises any player, whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced, is assured of dramatic results in just 7 days.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sat Oct 12, 2019 3:06 am

Day 42

The Complete Idiots Guide to Chess Openings - William Aramil

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Chess Master William Arawill has been a chess teacher for over 6 years. In 2004, he won the Collegiate Championship, and has won chess games against two Grand Masters.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sun Oct 13, 2019 2:44 am

Day 43

The Modern Benoni - David Norwood

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ISBN-13: 9781857440379
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after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3d5 e6 4Nc3 exd5 5 cxd5 d6

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Post  SofaKingKool on Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:02 am

Day 44

Grandmaster Repertoire - The English Opening Volume One - Mihail Marin

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Chess Grandmaster Mihail Marin offers a complete White repertoire with 1.c4, the English Opening, in three volumes. The theory is state-of-the-art with many novelties suggested, but most useful of all are Marin’s lucid explanations of how to play the resulting positions. Volume One covers all lines after 1.c4 e5.

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Post  atari9000 on Mon Oct 14, 2019 2:53 am

[quote="SofaKingKool"]Day 44

This Book was shared on Immortal before.

Name: Marin, Mihail - Grandmaster Repertoire 3 - the English Opening - Vol.1 [Quality 2009}.pdf
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Post  Garry K on Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:00 am

atari9000 wrote:
SofaKingKool wrote:Day 44

This Book was shared on Immortal before.

Name: Marin, Mihail - Grandmaster Repertoire 3 - the English Opening - Vol.1 [Quality 2009}.pdf
Size: 16199923 bytes (15 MiB)
SHA1: C8D89016A8EC19278AF278848118B9ECFD46A1D8

Thanks to Atari for the info and thanks to SofaKingKool for the mirrors.
Immortal is down and mirrors are always welcome.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:45 am

Day 45

The Scotch Game Explained - Gary Lane

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Used to brilliant effect by Garry Kasparov and numerous imitators, the Scotch Game is one of the most popular openings among today's club players. The Scotch Game Explained, unlike most openings books, offers a back-to-basics approach tailored to novices and intermediate players. Clear and detailed in its explanation of the pros and cons of each move, it gives the reader fundamental insights into the underlying principles of opening strategy--and takes the burgeoning new player one giant step closer to true mastery of chess.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Wed Oct 16, 2019 2:27 am

Day 46

Anatoly Karpov - Special Report (SmartChess Online)

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371 pages of articles from the now defunct site smartchess.com

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Post  SofaKingKool on Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:16 am

Day 47

Easy Guide to the Bb5 Sicilian - Steffen Pedersen

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All players who open with 1 e4 need a good weapon against the Sicilian. The Open Sicilian demands a lifetime of study, while other systems tend to be positionally dubious or rather tame. The Bb5 line is the exception. It is completely logical and has real practical sting, and can be played confidently provided you have a good understanding of its ideas and a moderate amount of specific knowledge. This Easy Guide supplies just that. Once you have read this book you will be ready to start playing and winning with Bb5. Covers both the Rossolimo and Moscow (3 Bb5+) Variations. These sound but dynamic lines have recently been infused with new ideas. Two powerful systems for White against the Sicilian Defence. Everyman's Easy Guide series represents a new approach to chess openings books, just enough detail and just enough explanation to enable readers to play an opening with confidence, without months of memorizing theory, the easy way to master a chess opening.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Thu Oct 17, 2019 11:29 pm

Day 48

Winning with the Petroff - Anatoly Karpov

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When you get a book written by Anatoly Karpov you know it will be a good chess book. If it is about one of his favorites defenses, the Petroff, then it is even better! If you play this defense, or just to be prepared as white, this book is for you.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sat Oct 19, 2019 2:02 am

Day 49

Grandmaster Repertoire 1.d4 Volume One - Boris Avrukh

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Top chess grandmaster Boris Avrukh charts a course towards an advantage with 1.d4. Avrukh is used to facing the best players in the world. In this book he presents an improved version of the repertoire that elevated him to the top 50, focusing on main lines with a kingside fianchetto.

1.d4 Volume One covers the openings after 1.d4 d5 2.c4, particularly the Catalan, Queen’s Gambit Accepted, Semi-Slav, Slav, and other Queen’s Gambit lines.

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Post  Muzio1964 on Sat Oct 19, 2019 11:09 pm

SofaKingKool wrote:If I find my books are being shared on immortalchess.org I will stop sharing immediately.

I'm sorry - but theses are not "your books" - your links maybe. They have been freely shared elsewhere. I thank you for your new links however.

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Post  SofaKingKool on Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:14 am

Muzio1964 wrote:
SofaKingKool wrote:If I find my books are being shared on immortalchess.org I will stop sharing immediately.

I'm sorry - but theses are not "your books" - your links maybe. They have been freely shared elsewhere. I thank you for your new links however.

Muzio

Yes you are correct. The files have been shared elsewhere. By "my books" I did not mean I own them or that they have not been shared, I simply meant "the books that I am sharing". I will change my signature to try to clear up the confusion.

I feel entitled to stop sharing whenever I wish.

The links are all mine, no maybe.

I have noticed that someone by the name of Scorpio is regularly sharing these books on MZChess via new links and I have no objection to this.
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Post  SofaKingKool on Sun Oct 20, 2019 1:37 am

Day 50

Build Up Your Chess - 1 The Fundamentals - Artur Yusupov

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A book for chess players who want to build their skills on solid foundations. Yusupov guides the reader towards a higher level of chess understanding using carefully selected positions and advice. This new understanding is then tested by a series of puzzles.
Artur Yusupov was ranked No. 3 in the world from 1986 to 1992, just behind the legendary Karpov and Kasparov. He has won everything there is to win in chess except for the World Championship. In recent years he has mainly worked as a chess trainer with players ranging from current World Champion Anand to local amateurs in Germany, where he resides.

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Day 51

Grandmaster Repertoire 6 - The Sicilian Defence - Lubomir Ftacnik

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Grandmaster Repertoire is a new series of high quality chess books based on the main lines, written by strong grandmasters. The aim is to provide the reader with a complete opening repertoire at a level good enough for elite tournaments, and certainly also for the club championship. Lubomir Ftacnik is a renowned opening analyst with great experience and expertise in the Sicilian Defense. In this book he reveals his secrets to provide a complete repertoire for Black against 1.e4 with 1...c5. The meat of the repertoire is the Sicilian Najdorf the perennial favourite of those who want to attack with Black. It is no coincidence that Fischer, Kasparov and Anand have all relied on the Najdorf. Naturally, White s less critical tries are also covered, such as the 2.c3, 2.Nf3 d6 3.Bb5+, and the Closed Sicilian.

* A sharp yet sound complete repertoire
* Critical lines explained by an expert
* Hundreds of novelties
* Busts many recommended lines

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