Yamie Chess: The Adventures of Tigermore & The Mind Angels
A K-8 educational math learning aid series that teaches you to play chess at the same time!
The Hague-Moscow 1948 Tournament/Matchbook
A classic "winner take all” between Botvinnik, Smyslov, Reshevsky, Keres, and Euwe
Autobiography of a Goat
Jeremy Silman’s first novel! (Adults Only)
A delightful new book by Hans Ree, deeply reviewed by Donald K. McKim
Starting Out: Benoni Systems
A wonderful book offered at the insane price of $14.00
How To Build Your Chess Opening Repertoire
Dealing with something all chess players agonize over
Chess Facts And Fables
The great Edward Winter takes us through the ins and outs of chess history
Critical Moments In Chess
Facing multiple choices? This book will teach you how to deal with it
GM Repertoire 8 & 9: THE GRUNFELD DEFENSE VOLUMES 1 AND 2
The greatest work on the Grunfeld defense ever
Beating Unusual Chess Openings
We all face strange openings. Now we’ll know how to deal with them
Win With The Stonewall Dutch
A great book on a great opening
Chess Results 1968-1970
The latest in a groundbreaking series which now chronicles all major tournaments from 1747 to 1970.
Chess Developments: The Grunfeld
Looked at from black’s point of view, this fine book offers state of the art coverage of the Grunfeld.
San Remo 1930
Alekhine dominates one of the greatest tournaments of all time.
True Lies in Chess
A highly original book that caused quite a stir back in 2007.
How To Calculate Chess Tactics
GM Beim’s chess classic from 2006.
An ambitious one-system setup for Black.
The Dynamic English
The best English Opening repertoire book for amateurs.
Play The English
Another important book by Scottish IM Craig Pritchett.
The best book ever written on 1…b6 (vs. everything but 1.g3).
Starting Out: The Accelerated Dragon
Andrew Greet deeply explores my favorite opening.
Starting Out: The Queen’s Gambit Declined
The book to get for players under 2000 that want to understand the ins and outs of the QGD.
Starting Out: The Réti
For those that want to avoid the mega-theory of 1.d4 or 1.e4 and instead embrace the sublime Réti Opening.
Caro-Kann Defence: Panov Attack
Karpov shows you how to deal with the Panov-Botvinnik Attack.
Play The Ruy Lopez
A White repertoire based on meeting 1.e4 e5 with the Ruy Lopez.
My Best Games of Chess, 1908-1937
Reviewed by John Watson. An algebraic version (with added photos and crosstables) of Alekhine’s masterpiece.
Bobby Fischer Comes Home: The Final Years in Iceland, a Saga of Friendship and Lost Illusions
I loved it, but John Watson tells you why he doesn’t.
Wojo’s Weapons: Winning With White, Volumes One, Two, and Three
My Best Games of Chess 1908-1937
How to Play Chess Like a Champion
How to Be a Winner at Chess
Chess Results: 1747-1900, 1901-1920, 1921-1930, 1931-1935, 1936-1940, 1941-1946, 1947-1950, 1951-1955, 1956-1960, 1961–1963, 1964 – 1967
Chess Secrets: Giants of Innovation
Botvinnik – Petrosian: The 1963 World Chess Championship Match