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Chess books reviews

With the development of internet and chess engines, the number of chess books being published every year is rapidly increasing.

It is sometimes very hard to orientate yourself and choose from such a huge number of titles.

We firmly believe good old hearsay’ is the solution to this problem. Finding someone whose recommendations you can trust is priceless.

That’s why we have embarked on writing our own chess book reviews – hopefully, someone naive will fund us trustworthy and our reviews might help him find his ideal chess book.

Good luck!

Dealing with d4 deviations – Book review

INTRODUCTION Every chess tournament I have participated in has had THAT moment. THAT moment when after refreshing the pairings in the solitude of your apartment and lamenting about how you got the Black pieces again, you rush to open your Chessbase to quick scan your opponent's repertoire, only to realize that once again you have…
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The Art of the Checkmate – Book review

INTRODUCTION Whenever I start remembering my first chess steps, I can't resist paraphrasing the title of the famous Garry Kasparov autobiographic book - How chess imitates life. And for everybody thinking „Oh great, Vjeko, too much blitz on chesscom is again causing damage to your brain“ , please, let me elaborate. [caption id="attachment_631" align="aligncenter" width="437"] First chess…
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