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Beginning Go

by Peter Shotwell & Susan Long

The must-have resource guidebook for those looking to learn the ancient Asian game of Go

Beginning Go is a clear, concise and thorough introduction to the intricacies of Go that is perfect for first time players....


The Most Instructive Games of Chess Ever Played

by Irving Chernev

One of the game's most admired and respected writers guides you through 62 masterly demonstrations of the basic strategies of winning at chess. Each game provides a classic example of a fundamental problem and...


Mah Jongg: The Art of the Game: A Collector's Guide to Mah Jongg Tiles and Sets

by Ann Israel, Gregg Swain & Michel Arnaud

"I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Whether used as a reference or a beautiful keepsake, it's a very worth addition to the world of Mah Jongg." —Ruth Unger, President, National Mah Jongg League

This is the first...


Play American Mah Jongg!: Everything you Need to Play American Mah Jongg

by Elaine Sandberg

Learn and play the fascinating game of Mahjong with this comprehensive ebook.

Mahjong or "Mah Jongg" is not called "The Game of a Thousand Intellingences" for nothing. It's relaxing, social, and allows people...


Danish Dynamite: Explosive Gambits: the Danish, Göring, Scotch and Urusov

by Karsten Muller & Martin Voigt

White Goes for the Jugular The Danish Gambit, 1.e4 e5 2.d4 exd4 3.c3, is one of the most aggressive chess openings ever devised. Dynamite was invented by a Swede, Alfred Nobel. The book you are reading now,...


Carlsen-Anand 2013: Match for the World Chess Championship

by Karsten Muller & Susan Polgar

Magnus Carlsen Becomes World Champion! It was the match that the chess world had been anticipating for several years. Norway's wunderkind, Magnus Carlsen had qualified as the official challenger for the world...


Mastering Mates: Book 2: 1,111 Two-move, Three-move & Four-move Mates

by Jon Edwards

Improve Your Checkmate Power! This second volume in the Mastering Mate series provides readers with a serious challenge â€" 1,111 checkmates in two, three, four and more moves. By solving these problems,...


Mastering Mates: Book 1: 1,111 One-move Mates

by Jon Edwards

Train Your Brain to Recognize Checkmates! This first book in the Mastering Mate series presents a challenge for players relatively new to chess and for readers seeking a novel and interesting set of puzzles....


Mah-Jong, the Game of a Hundred Intelligences: Pung Chow, Also Known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling

by Lew Lysle Harr

Mah-Jong, the Game of a Hundred Intelligences: Pung Chow, Also Known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling by Lew Lysle Harr, published in 1922. Lew Lysle Harr (1882-1931) author of numerous books in...


Go Basics: Concepts & Strategies for New Players (Downloadable Media Included)

by Peter Shotwell

Learn the fascinating game of Go with this expert guide.

Go is a two player board game that first originated in ancient China but is also very popular in Japan and Korea. There is significant strategy and philosophy...


Looking for Trouble: Recognizing and Meeting Threats in Chess

by Dan Heisman

Identify and Deal with Threats! This book is written to address and underemphasized area of chess training and study, the identification of and reaction to threats. For beginning and intermediate-level players,...


Once Upon a Game: My precarious career as a games inventor

by Michael Kindred

How do you get an idea for a game? What's involved in developing it and making an initial prototype? How important is play-testing, and whom do you involve in that process? What are the tips for writing rules?...


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....


Gelfand-Anand 2012: Match for the World Chess Championship

by Karsten Muller

An Intense Title Tilt! When World Champion Viswanathan Anand squared off in the 2012 championship match against Boris Gelfand, he was a heavy favorite to win. But, top the surprise of many worldwide, the match...


The Hague-Moscow 1948: Match/Tournament for the World Chess Championship

by Max Euwe

At the Crossroads of Chess History On March 24, 1946, the fourth world chess champion, Alexander Alekhine, passed away. He was the first â€" and still the only â€" champion to die while holding the title....


Solo Games: 12 Exciting New Board Games to Be Played By One Person

by David H. Jackson

Complete instructions, game boards, and markers for playing all twelve games.


Word Freak: Heartbreak, Triumph, Genius, and Obsession in the World of Competitive Scrabble Players

by Stefan Fatsis

Stefan Fatsis, a Wall Street Journal reporter and National Public Radio regular, recounts his remarkable rise through the ranks of elite Scrabble players while exploring the game's strange, potent hold over...


The Theory and Practice of GO

by Oscar Korschelt, Samuel King & George Leckie

Of important historical notoriety, this Go guide is a must-have for enthusiasts of this ancient Asian strategy game

Oscar Korschelt's treatise on the game of Go was the first published at the end of the nineteenth...


The Complete Chess Course: From Beginning to Winning Chess!

by Fred Reinfeld

Generations of chess players have grown up on Fred Reinfeld's books. He has a way of reducing the most intricate, complicated combinations to their basic components. After Reinfeld explains a combination, it...


Alexander Alekhine: Fourth World Chess Champion

by Isaak Linder

THE WORLD CHESS CHAMPION SERIES The fourth title in the popular World Chess Champion Series is about the enigmatic Alexander Alekhine. Tracing the Russian-born champion from his youth in Russia, through his...