Lessons in Chess, Lessons in Life: Jose A. Fadul
Chess Lessons:Solving Problems & Avoiding Mistakes Mark Dvoretsky
365 Chess Master Lessons:Take One a Day to Be a Better Chess Player Batsford Andrew Soltis
A Second Series of Lessons on the Game of Chess:Written Expressly for the Use of the Higher Class of Players, and Containing Several New Method of Attack and Defence (Classic Reprint) W. Lewis
Chess for Beginners, in a Series of Progressive Lessons:Showing the Most Approved Methods of Beginning and Ending the Game, With Various Situations and Checkmates, Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams Printed in Colours (Classic Reprint) William Lewis
The New In Chess Book of Chess Improvement:Lessons From the Best Players in the World´s Leading Chess Magazine Steve Giddins
Improve Your Chess Tactics:700 Practical Lessons & Exercises New in Chess Jakov Neishstadt
Grandmaster Alexander Panchenko (1953-2009) was one of the most successful chess trainers in the Soviet Union, and later in Russia. His legendary chess school specialised in turning promising players into masters. The secrets of Panchenko´s success were his dedication and enthusiasm as a teacher combined with his outstanding training materials. Now, his classic Mastering Chess Middlegames is for the first time available in translation, giving club-players around the world access to his unique training method. The book contains a collection of inspiring lessons on the most important middlegame topics. In each chapter, Panchenko clearly identifies the fundamentals, formulates easy-to-grasp rules, presents a large number (more than 250) of well-chosen examples and ends with more than 150 practical tests. The brilliance of Alexander Panchenko´s didactic method shines through in this book. It is hard to give better advice to ambitious chess players than to follow this tried-and-tested and highly instructive road towards mastering the chess middlegame.
John Nunn is one of the most highly regarded chess writers in the world. He has carefully selected thirty modern games to help the reader understand the most important aspects of chess and to illustrate modern chess principles in action.Virtually every move is explained using words that everyone can understand. Jargon is avoided as far as possible. Almost all the examples are taken from the 1990s and show how key ideas are handled by the grandmasters of today. The emphasis is on general principles that readers will be able to use in their own games, and detailed analysis is only given where it is necessary.Each game contains many lessons, but to guide the reader through the most important ideas in each phase of the game, the thirty games are grouped thematically into those highlighting opening, middlegame and endgame themes.John Nunn is a grandmaster from England. He has won four individual gold medals and three team silver medals at Chess Olympiads. In the Chess World Cup of 1988/9, he finished sixth overall, ahead of several former World Champions. He is arguably the most highly acclaimed chess writer in the world, with two of his books receiving the prestigious British Chess Federation Book of the Year Award. He is principal author of the definitive one-volume openings encyclopedia, Nunn?s Chess Openings.