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Bent Larsen S Best Games

Author : Bent Larsen
ISBN : 9789056915308
Genre : Games
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Bent Larsen (1935-2010) was one of the greatest fighters chess has ever seen. In his rich career the great Dane defeated all World Champions from Botvinnik to Karpov. He was a Candidate for the World Championship four times and became one of the most successful tournament players of his time. His uncompromising style and his unorthodox thinking made him popular with chess players all around the globe. In 1967/1968 Larsen won five international elite events in a row, a truly spectacular achievement. His successes were such that Bobby Fischer let him play first board in the legendary match Soviet Union vs. the World in 1970 in Belgrade. Bent Larsen also was a highly original chess writer and an extremely productive chess journalist. Not surprisingly the first chess book that Magnus Carlsen ever studied was written by the strongest Scandinavian player before him. This collection brings together more than 120 of Bent Larsen’s best games, annotated by himself. His comments are lucid, to the point, instructive and humorous. Together, these games are a tribute to his genius and a continuous joy to read and play through.

Fighting Chess With Hikaru Nakamura

Author : Karsten Müller
ISBN : 3283010234
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Presents detailed annotations of the best games of Hikaru Nakamura, a Japanese-American chess grandmaster.


Author : Simen Agdestein
ISBN : 9056911317
Genre : Games
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At the age of thirteen years, four months and twenty-six days, Magnus Carlsen became the youngest chess grandmaster in the world. This is the fairy-tale-like story of Magnus Carlsen's rise and tells you all about the Carlsen family life, explaining the secrets of Magnus? play in clear and instructive comments on his games. Any chess player could hardly pick up a more inspiring book, which will fascinate parents and help gifted children to realize their full potential.

Carlsen Move By Move

Author : Cyrus Lakdawala
ISBN : 9781781942093
Genre : Games
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Despite his relatively young age, Magnus Carlsen has already secured his place in chess history as a legend of the game. In a short space of time his accomplishments have been extraordinary. In December 2012 he broke Garry Kasparov's record to become the highest-rated chess player of all time. He followed up this achievement in 2013 by defeating Vishy Anand to become World Chess Champion. Carlsen's universal style, positional mastery and incredible mental strength add up to make him a formidable opponent. In this book, former American Open Champion Cyrus Lakdawala invites you to join him in a study of his favourite Carlsen games. Lakdawala examines Carlsen's skills in attack and defence, exploiting imbalances, accumulating advantages and endgame play, and shows us how we can all improve by learning from Carlsen's masterpieces. Move by Move provides an ideal platform to study chess. By continually challenging the reader to answer probing questions throughout the book, the Move by Move format greatly encourages the learning and practising of vital skills just as much as the traditional assimilation of knowledge. Carefully selected questions and answers are designed to keep you actively involved and allow you to monitor your progress as you learn. This is an excellent way to improve your chess skills and knowledge.

The Complete Dragon

Author : Eduard Gufeld
ISBN : PSU:000064145570
Genre : Games
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Why Do People Fail

Author : Benu Varghese Benjamin
Genre : Self-Help
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'Why do people fail?' is brimming with unforgettable incidents from real life. It is an honest venture- a compilation of real life experiences - to help people overcome the hurdles in life, by instilling positive thinking and hope. The book is insightful, a solace to people in blues and is set to change your life forever.

The Greatest Chess Kings

Author : Sylvia Lovina Chidi
ISBN : 9781291908800
Genre : Games
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This books covers the lives and selected chess games of the following players; George Koltanowski, Ruy Lopez de Segura, Wilhelm Steinitz, Paul Morphy, Emanuel Lasker, Jose Raul Capablanca, Bobby Fischer, Garry Kasparov, Anatoly Karpov, Carlsen Magnus, Kramnik, Vladimir, Aronian Levon, Radjabov Teimour, Karjakin Sergey, Anand Viswanathan, Topalov Veselin, Nakamura Hikaru, Mamedyarov Shakhriyar, Grischuk Alexander, Caruana Fabiano, Morozevich, Alexander, Ivanchuk Vassily, Svidler Peter, Leko Peter, Wang Hao, Kamsky Gata, Gelfand Boris, Gashimov Vugar, Jakovenko Dmitry, Maurice Ashley and Pontus Carlsson. 242 chess games of the current and past male chess players in the world. 8 fantastic games have been chosen from each of the modern chess Kings. The remaining 20 games are games that include previous and current male chess pioneers This book is full of history and an excellent book for studying openings, middle games, end games and solving problems.

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