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Livre d'exercices (il y en a 300) pour vous aider à travailler votre jeu combinatoire, par la paire Bordi/Libiszewski, format A4. 80 pages
Playing for a win with ...b6 by Semko Semkov. The author proposes a full repertoire against 1.d4 and 1.c4, which is theoretically sound and leads to sharp, strategically unbalanced positions. It is based on the so-called English Defence 1.d4 e6 2.c4 b6 or 1.c4 b6. A great deal of the book is devoted to White's tries to deviate from theoretical dispute and transfer the game into the Queen's Indian with g3. 236 pages
Des stickers magnétiques sont à coller sous chaque pierre.
Les illustrations sont révélées. Leur point commun : une phrase énigmatique. Mais attention : une seule des images en est la clé. A vous d'user de finesse et d'intuition pour la retrouver sans tomber dans les pièges tendus par les autres joueurs. Dixit : un jeu surprenant, convivial et jubilatoire, à savourer en famille ou entre amis.
This second-volume workbook in Davorin Kuljasevic's How to Study Chess on Your Own series is optimized for chess players with an Elo rating between 1500 and 1800 but is helpful for anyone between 1200 and 2000. The astounding success of his How to Study Chess on Your Own made clear that thousands of chess players want to improve their game and like to work on their training at least partially by themselves. 199 pages
Welcome to the ISS, the international space station: one of the greatest works of science and engineering ever built.
CHALLENGE: move the pieces of the station to try to free the astronauts from inside
Difficulty: 5/6 INCREDIBLE. Average solution time: 1 month - 1 year
Dimensions: 11,5 x 11,5 x 6 cm / 4,5 x 4,5 x 2,3 inches
Oops! He’s Back!
Australian Grandmaster Ian Rogers is back with a new book of silly resignation puzzles - the only chess puzzle book where your solution cannot be worse than the player who mistakenly abandoned the game!
Pit your wits against legends from yesteryear to today, from Anderssen to Korchnoi to Gelfand, knowing that they resigned their games unnecessarily and you, perhaps, could have found a way out.
Oops! I Resigned One More Time! is the sequel to Oops! I Resigned Again!, which has gained a cult following since its release in 2021. Marvel again at 100 extraordinary positions and the stories behind them, in themed sets of five, with sneaking a peek at the answers made easy. 175 pages