An innovative book on gamewinning strategy for players at the intermediate levelfrom a master chess coach. Every truth about chess must be coached in context, and the book's interactive teacherstudent dialogue does just that. Weeramantry teaches how to think during a chess game. 300 diagrams. 

From the Back Cover
Book Description
 In this large workbook, a standalone companion to How to Reassess Your Chess, Jeremy Silman provides 131 problems designed to test a player's strengths and weaknesses. These problems cover openings, middlegames (both positional and tactical) and endgames. As a player completes one of these problems, he or she may then turn to Mr. Silman's answer, which is always detailed yet never dry. Through this process of problem solving, analysis and advice, a player is led to discover the major flaws embedded in his or her playing. Through this same process, a player is also led to an understanding of Mr. Silman's system of thinking about the game and how it differs from many other popular systems of chess thinking. This workbook may be utilized with or without Silman's earlier book How to Reassess Your Chess. It may be used in the workbook fashion described above, or its section devoted to answers may be read as an instruction manual in itself. However one chooses to read this book, it will surely prove a font of wisdom and insight for all student players. Marketing

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About the Author
 Jeremy Silman, International Chess Master, is a worldclass teacher, writer and player who has won the American Open, the National Open and the U.S. Open. He is the author of 32 highly popular chess books. He has also written dozens of articles that have appeared in chess magazines published throughout the world. He lives in Los Angeles. Book Description
 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 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. Anyone interested in learning how to play better chess will benefit from this stepbystep explanation of how chess games are won. 

About the Author
 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 the principal author of the definitive onevolume openings encyclopedia, The Week in Chess


Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

When I originally wrote this book, I intended it to be for the beginning chess player, regardless of age. The longevity of its availability has proven that it indeed can raise the level of initial play, and can train you to have a "chess eye". Enjoy!

ChessMaster 7000
The Art of Attack in Chess

This book is one of a kind! My positional play is strong, yet even though I know my pieces are stronger than my opponents I often cannot find a way to take advantage of it. This book opened my eyes to all the attacking themes found in chess. I just played one of my best games ever 2 days ago, and without this book the spectacular mating attack would have never happened. If you lack attacking skills in the middle game, this is the best book out there. Not for beginners, but great for intermediate players.

Chessmaster 5000

Nunn's Chess Openings (Everyman Chess Series)

This is the "GrandMaster" of opening books. I am a Master and I teach chess for a living. When my students want to learn an opening, or need a one volume reference for learning new openings, this is the book I recommend to them. A "MUST" for the Postal player! There is more information and fewer mistakes in this book, than any opening compendium I have ever seen!

Chess Advantage
How to Reassess Your Chess : The Complete ChessMastery Course

Jeremy Silman is a chess teacher; and this book, along with his excellent 'The Amateur's Mind," cannot be bettered for learning about the game. OK, so he uses a lot of his own games SO WHAT? You would expect that an international master would be most familiar with his own experience; Silman also includes plenty of examples from the games of Fischer, Botvinnik, Karpov and Petrosian (the last figure perhaps the most unjustly underrated and misunderstood champion in the game's history). He also includes a list of recommended further reading, which I have found helpful

Viper Portable Electronic Chess Game

Winning Chess Openings

The single greatest challenge for beginning chess players is not only to sphase, but also to choose both an appropriate attack and defense formation"Winning Chess Openings" shows readers how to do just that. In Seirawan's easytofollow style, readers are shown formations that can be used with epiecesa unique concept in chess books. "Winning Chess Openings" shows behow to:

Chess Set

My System : 21st Century Edition

This is the alltime chess classic of Aron Nimzowitsch, now provided in algebraic notation and updated to modern understandable English. One of the three or four best selling chess books of all time. Contains 419 diagrams. Recommended by Grandmasters and masters for 75 years! Completely modernized in this 1991 edition.

Carry on Chess

Chess Software
Chess Sets and Electronic Chess Games Product Description
 Chessmaster is a good introduction to the rules of chess, as well as a useful tool for experienced players looking to improve their games. As players continue, they'll learn more advanced strategies and tactics while their skill levels increase. The game also features a tutorial mode to acclimate new chess players to the basics of the game; 150 famous recorded games; six opponents; 10 chess sets; scalable gameplay for chess players of all skill levels; and a twoplayer mode via the Game Boy Advance link cable.
From the Developer
 Discover the fun of mastering the game of chess in the latest edition of the bestselling chess brand available. Chessmaster 9000 is the most comprehensive chess program and the only one that will improve your level of play. Learn how to master your opponent, how to find the best moves, and how to shut out distractions. Improve your play immediately with the new Blunder Alert feature. Test your skills with the new Endgame Quiz from U.S. chess champion and grand master, Larry Evans. Chessmaster 9000 will be your teacher, mentor, and ultimate opponent.