Шахматные книги на русском
Alekhine has long earned a reputation not only a brilliant experience, but also the best chess writer and theoretician of the first half of 20th century. Alekhine's Games, which are shining examples of chess creativity, are provided with detailed notes.This is the second volume of a two-volume biography of World Chess Champion Alexander Alekhine. This second volume is devoted to the art of the strategic concepts of the First Russian World Champion and his contribution to the theory and practice of chess endings.
Chess Heritage of A.A. Alekhine - VOLUME 2 - RUSSIAN EDITION
Bishop Against Knight, Rook Against Minor Pieces
The book can be used as a training manual for the enactment of endings, as well as a reference in the analysis of the deferred parties.
Averbakh Chess Endings - RUSSIAN EDITION
A brief autobiographical sketch of one of the strongest chess players of the last century, who introduced theoretical innovative ideas in chess.
Nimzowitsch How I Became a Grandmaster at Chess - RUSSIAN EDITION
The book offers a sketch of the life and work of a talented writer and Soviet grandmaster Alexander Kotov. Chess games with commentary selected and grouped by topics (debut, a combination tactical strikes, defense, etc.) so that the book was not only an outstanding monograph on the players, but also a kind of textbook on the management of chess.
Alexander Kotov - RUSSIAN EDITION
Alekhine has long earned a reputation not only a brilliant experience, but also the best chess writer and theoretician of the first half of 20th century. Alekhine's Games, which are shining examples of chess creativity, are provided with detailed notes.
Chess Heritage of A.A. Alekhine - VOLUME 1 - RUSSIAN EDITION
This is a reprint of two Russian Language chess books combined into one. The author, Igor Bondarevsky, was one of the strongest players in the world.
Attack on the King and Combinations in the Middle Game - RUSSIAN EDITION
The book is entirely bi-lingual. The even-numbered pages are in Russian, the odd-numbered pages are in English. It was published in Moscow in the former Soviet Union in 1992. This book by V. D. Chaschihin, an International Master of the International Correspondence Chess Federation and winner of the magazine ''64 - Chess Review'', shows that the articles by World Chess Champion Alexander Alekhine, published in 1941 were revised and amended by German Nazi editors. The book also contains all the games from the two World Championship matches between Alekhine and Euwe in 1935 and 1937
My Struggle - RUSSIAN / ENGLISH EDITION