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Sleight of Hand

by Edwin Sachs

Covers every significant aspect — from palming to clairvoyance, vanishing and producing an object, etc. Explains hundreds of astonishing tricks — with coins, cups and balls, handkerchiefs, cards, more. 57...


Self-Working Mental Magic

by Karl Fulves

Sixty-seven sure-fire mental feats to delight and mystify: mind reading with cards, instant ESP, identifying the owners of objects given to you in random order, number prediction, much more. 73 illustrations....


Self-Working Card Tricks

by Karl Fulves

Noted magician and magic authority offers 72 tricks that work automatically through nature of card deck. No sleight of hand needed. Often spectacular. 42 illustrations.


Counter Gambits

by T. D. Harding

Expert analysis of such topics as dynamic counterplay, counter-gambits in open games, Black sacrifices in the half-open games, counters to the Queen's Gambit, and Indian counter-gambits. 67 fully annotated games....


Technique in Chess

by Gerald Abrahams

"Not what to do, but how to do it": 200 examples of end-game play, values of pieces, relative merits of different pawns, gaining the advantage, control of the center, more.


How Good Is Your Chess?

by Daniel King

Instructive, amusing test-yourself guide by a grandmaster asks readers to predict their opponent's moves and helps improve their game by studying the plans and ideas of the best players.


200 Brilliant Endgames

by Irving Chernev

Appropriate for players at every level. Each of the 200 examples features a clear diagram with an algebraic grid and the winning variation presented in algebraic notion.


Why Fantasy Football Matters: (And Our Lives Do Not)

by Erik Barmack & Max Handelman

Talking Trash, Trading Studs, and Drafting Sleepers -- an Insider's Guide to the World's Greatest Obsession

U.S. businesses lose $200 million in productivity each football season because employees are managing...


Magician's Magic

by Paul Curry

This book by a "magician's magician" discloses the secrets behind a collection of close-up marvels — including the author's "Out of the World," reputed to be the best card trick of the past century.


The Art of Checkmate

by Georges Renaud & Victor Kahn

All mating situations in basic classification, how tactics adjust to each. 127 games analyzed. 80 quiz examples, answers.


Chess World Title Contenders and Their Styles

by Danny Kopec & Craig Pritchett

Rich selection includes games by Kasparov, Timman, Browne, Hübner, Ribli, more. Profiles of careers, personalities, styles; also, thoroughly annotated selection of finest and most characteristic games. 8 halftones....


Board and Table Games from Many Civilizations

by R. C. Bell

This encyclopedic volume provides the rules and methods of play for more than 180 different games: Ma-jong, Hazard, Wei-ch'i (Go), Backgammon, Pachisi, and many others. Over 300 photographs and line drawings....


Botvinnik: 100 Selected Games

by Mikhail Botvinnik

World champion who dominated chess in the 1940s and '50s selects and annotates his own best games to 1946. 221 diagrams.


The Game of Chess

by Siegbert Tarrasch

Classic introduction offers superb coverage of all aspects, especially Middle Game, combination play. Hundreds of games analyzed. Over 340 diagrams.


The Middle Game in Chess

by Eugene Znosko-Borovsky

Its clarity and solid theory make this a superlative guide to the least understood part of chess. By renowned grandmaster.


The Art of Chess

by James Mason

Endings, combinations, and extensive development of standard openings. Updated by Fred Reinfeld, Sydney Bernstein. 448 diagrams.


The Art of Sacrifice in Chess

by Rudolf Spielmann

A Grandmaster shares secrets from 40 years of tournament play, outlining hard-won lessons that enable players to win games by giving up pieces. Suitable for players at every level.


The Art of the Middle Game

by Paul Keres & Alexander Kotov

Two grandmasters offer masterly analysis of neglected area: attacking the king, defense, pawn structure, much more. Introduction by Harry Golombek.


101 Easy-to-Do Magic Tricks

by Bill Tarr

Illustrations, simple instructions for performing over 100 tricks, including The Inexhaustible Hat, The Chinese Rings, Steel Through Steel, Fingers That See, much more.


Win at Checkers

by Millard Hopper

Former Unrestricted World Checker Champion introduces you to the game and lets you in on championship secrets. Shots and traps, opening "blitzkrieg" moves, end game, more.