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Danger in Chess: How to Avoid Making Blunders

by Amatzia Avni

Develop early warning system based on three sources: outside (the opponent); inside (player's own thought process); and the stimulus itself (board position). 24 black-and-white figures.


The Immortal Games of Capablanca

by Fred Reinfeld

Superbly annotated treasury contains 113 of the Cuban master's greatest games, including many previously unavailable in book form. Biography of Capablanca, tournament and match record, Index of Openings.


Go and Go-Moku

by Edward Lasker

Best introduction in English to a great Japanese game. Detailed instructions provide valuable information on basic patterns, strategy, tactics, analyzed games. Used as text by generations of Americans, Japanese....


Robin Hood

by Neil Smith & Peter Dennis

From the early ballads that established his stories to the later additions of Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marian, and Alan-a-Dale, this book explores how the legend of Robin Hood grew.

He robbed from the rich...


Tal-Botvinnik 1960: Match for the World Chess Championship

by Mikhail Tal

One of the greatest books ever written about a world championship match. In 1960 Mikhail Botvinnik was the pillar of "scientific " chess and the ironwilled champion of the world. The young attacking genius Mihail...


Kramnik-Kasparov, London 2000: Match for the World Chess Championship

by Karsten Mueller

Garry Kasparov is considered by many to be the greatest chessplayer ever. Until the turn of the 21 st century, there did not appear to be anyone who could successfully challenge him. However, in October 2000,...


Lasker's Manual of Chess

by Emanuel Lasker

Lasker's Manual of Chess is one of the greatest chess books ever written. The fact that it was first published over 80 years ago has diminished neither its relevance nor significance in today's modern chess...


Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual

by Mark Dvoretsky

The first edition of Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual was immediately recognized by novice and master alike as one of the best books ever published on the endgame. The second edition is revised and enlarged - now...


The Chesscafe Puzzle Book 1: Test and Improve Your Tactical Vision

by Karsten Muller & Susan Polgar

Combines clear discussions of tactical themes with over 600 well-chosen positions to test, challenge and teach. Although the classic combinations are not ignored, the emphasis here is on positions from modern...


The Slang of Poker

by Tom Dalzell & Peter Donahue

This entertaining gift book provides a compendium of traditional poker slang as well as the new vocabulary of online poker and jargon from high-stakes tournaments. The game's impact on American history and language...


My Best Mathematical and Logic Puzzles

by Martin Gardner

The noted expert selects 70 of his favorite "short" puzzles, including such mind-bogglers as The Returning Explorer, The Mutilated Chessboard, Scrambled Box Tops, and dozens more involving logic and basic math....


Codes, Ciphers and Secret Writing

by Martin Gardner

Cipher and decipher codes: transposition and polyalphabetical ciphers, famous codes, typewriter and telephone codes, codes that use playing cards, knots, and swizzle sticks . . . even invisible writing and sending...


Chess Master vs. Chess Amateur

by Max Euwe & Walter Meiden

Twenty-five chess games chosen, arranged, annotated to help amateurs avoid a variety of weak strategic and tactical moves. With commentary by 1935–36 World Chess Champion Max Euwe. 1963 edition.


Pawn Power in Chess

by Hans Kmoch

Profoundly original book demonstrates how basic relationships of one or two pawns constitute winning strategy. Multitude of examples illustrate theory. 182 diagrams. Index of games.


Self-Working Table Magic: 97 Foolproof Tricks with Everyday Objects

by Karl Fulves

97 mystifying tricks done with ordinary objects that can be borrowed from the audience. Make coins appear or disappear; matchsticks jump into the air; classic cups and balls; more. 185 illustrations.


Zurich International Chess Tournament, 1953

by David Bronstein

Perceptive coverage of all 210 games from the legendary tournament, which featured Smyslov, Keres, Reshevsky, Petrosian, and 11 others, including the author. Suitable for players at all levels. Algebraic notation....


Martin Gardner's Table Magic

by Martin Gardner

Step-by-step instructions and nearly 200 simple diagrams show beginners how to make cards vanish and reappear, get coins to pass through solid objects, make articles mysteriously travel from one location to...


Bridge for Bright Beginners

by Terence Reese

Common terms, fundamentals of offensive and defensive bidding and play made clear. 130 bidding hands, 18 sample games. Summary of bidding.


Scarne on Card Tricks

by John Scarne

Marvelous treasury of card magic presents exact details of 155 professional card tricks that anyone can learn. Card wizard John Scarne reworked these tricks to eliminate the need for sleight-of-hand. Simple...


Simple Chess: New Algebraic Edition

by Michael Stean

Written by a Grand Master, this guide isolates basic elements and illustrates them through Master and Grand Master games, breaking down the mystique of strategy into easy-to-understand ideas.