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691. Abrahams (G.): Technique in Chess.

Bell 1961. 1st Edn. VG,d/w. 216pp. £10.00

3798. ADORJAN (A.): Black is Still OK!

Batsford 2004. p/b. VG. 224pp. Encourages a positive attitude with the black pieces, with recommended openings and many illustrative games, many by Adorjan. (A.) £9.00

5496. Adorjan (A.): Your Black is OK Repertory V1./2 Sicilian subvariations.

Budapest 1994. p/b. G. 115pp. Text in English, German, French and Spanish. (About 25 pages each). Signed by Adorjan on title-page. £10.00

5847. Ashley (Maurice): The Most Valuable Skills in Chess.

Gambit 2009. p/b, VG. 159pp. From the basic moves to winning your first game and beyond. Includes five famous games from history and exercises. (A.) £9.00

1929. Averbakh (Y.): Bishop v Knight Endings.

Batsford, 1978. Repr. A little foxing o/w VG, d/w. 165pp. £10.00

1085. Averbakh (Y.): Queen and Pawn Endings. Trans: K.P.Neat.

Batsford 1975. 1st English Edn. VG (no d/w.) 137pp. Includes many studies. The second volume of Averbakh's classic endgame series. £10.00

4148. Averbakh (Y.), V.Chekhover & V.Henkin: Queen v. Rook / Minor Piece Endings. Trans: K.P.Neat.

Batsford 1978. 1st English Edn. VG,d/w (jacket lettering faded on spine). 174pp. Includes many studies. The seventh volume of Averbakh's classic endgame series. £10.00

3687. Avni (A.): Surprise in Chess.

Cadogan 1998. 1st. p/b. VG. 112pp. Numerous examples where suprise played a major role, psychology etc. (A.) £8.00

2647. Beliavsky (A.) & A.Mikhalchishin: Winning Endgame Strategy.

Batsford 2000. p/b. VG. 208pp. (A.) A continuation of their previous book "Winning Endgame Technique." £9.00

5846. Bojkov (Dejan) & Vladimir Georgiev: A Course in Chess Tactics.

Gambit, 2010. p/b, VG. 191pp. A step-by-step approach to mastering tactics and combinations, including many exercises. (A.) £10.00

692. Bonham (R.W.) & R.D.Wormald.: Chess Questions Answered.

Jordan 1945. 1st Edn. Small p/b, G. 137pp. 200 questions and answers on the endgame and 150 on some K-pawn openings. £7.00

443. Bott (R.) & S.Morrison.: Chess for Children. WITH: More Chess for Children. Illustrations by Patricia Lindsay.

Collins 1965 + 1973. (New Edns.) 2 volumes, coloured pictorial boards, first volume with a pictorial jacket, pencil scribble to a few pages of first volume otherwise good. 192 & 208pp., including humorous drawings. £10.00

2106. Capablanca (J.R.): Chess Fundamentals.

Bell 1921. 1st UK Edn. Original red cloth, gilt-lettering, rounded outer corners, spine slightly faded o/w VG. 246pp. A classic work reprinted numerous times throughout the 20th century. Once described by Botvinnik in a 1984 interview as the best chess book ever! (See Dunne, Great Chess Books p.26). £18.00

385. Capablanca (J.R.): Chess Fundamentals.

Bell 1937. Reprint. Red cloth, lower page corners slightly creased o/w VG. 246pp. Considered by Botvinnik in a 1984 interview as the best chess book ever, "still timely and has value to players of all levels." (Dunne GCB p.26.) £14.00

2223. Cordingley (E.G.R.): Chess by Easy Stages.

Universal Pub. 1945. 1st Edn. Small p/b, red and pink covers, VG. 86pp. Printed on pink paper. Includes a few master games. £6.00

5834. Crouch (Colin): Chess Secrets: Great Attackers. Kasparov, Tal, and Stein.

Everyman Chess, 2009. p/b, VG. 269pp., 22 games, deeply annotated and commented on, plus 17 supplementary games, covering certain periods of the careers of Kasparov, Tal and Stein. (A.) £12.00

158. Du Mont (J.): The Basis of Combination in Chess.

Routledge ,1938. 1st Edn. VG, with d/w (torn with paper loss.) 218pp. "A great expert and a great teacher...in this book, gets very near to the ideal of instructing and entertaining at the same time." (Tartakower.) £10.00

962. Du Mont (J.): The Elements of Chess.

Bell 1925. 1st Edn. G. 160pp. Includes 10 illustrative games. A scarce work. With armorial bookplate of Sir James Purves-Stewart. £15.00

3268. Dvoretsky (M.): Secrets of Chess Tactics.

Batsford 1992. 1st Edn. p/b, spine faded o/w VG. 275pp. (A.) Training methods of the doyen of Soviet trainers. Includes many complete games and exercises. £10.00

5928. Dvoretsky (Mark): Dvoretsky's Analytical Manual.

Russell Enterprises, USA 2008. 1st Edn. Large p/b, Fine. 419pp. A manual for serious students with high quality training material and many exercises. Includes many general guidelines and investigates psychological aspects in depth. (A.) £20.00

4557. Edwards (Jon): Sacking the Citadel. The History, Theory and Practice of the Classic Bishop Sacrifice.

Russell Ent., US 2011. p/b, stain on page block edge o/w VG. 400pp. Entirely on Greco's Greek Gift sacrifice Bxh7+ followed by Ng5+ and a Queen attack on h7. Starts with a chapter on the Life & Times of Giaocchino Greco, several on art of attack and combination, contemporary theory, followed by 308 annotated games from 1620 through to 2009, 30 test positions, bibliography, indices of openings, asset combinations, players. (A.) £20.00

3801. Emms (J.): The Most Amazing Chess Moves of All Time.

Gambit 2000. 1st. p/b. G. 192pp. 200 examples grouped by themes, the position given first with hints, then the complete game annotated from the position. (A.) £9.00

205. Estrin (Y.) & I.Romanov.: The World Champions Teach Chess.

A & C Black 1988. 1st English Edn. p/b, VG. 208pp. (A.) An anthology of writing from Steinitz to Kasparov, including selection of annotated games and biographical material. £12.00

694. Euwe (Dr.M.): The Development of Chess Style.

Bell 1968. 1st English Edn. VG, with classic Bell jacket. 152pp. 44 annotated games following the evolution of chess from Greco to Spassky. With two bookplates of the ECF and Sir Richard Clarke. £12.00

2248. Euwe (M.) & H.Kramer: The Middle Game. Book 1 Static Features.

Bell 1964. 1st Edn. Wear to spine o/w G. 293pp. 215 examples, mostly complete games. A few pencil notes. £8.00

718. Euwe (M.) & H.Kramer: The Middle Game. Book 1 Static Features. Book 2 Dynamic & Subjective Features.

Bell 1964=65. 1st English Edns. 2 volumes, VG, (vol.1 without d/w, vol.2 with d/w faded on spine). 293 & 346pp. 481 examples, mostly complete games, and section on the personal style of 38 players. £20.00

3858. Euwe (M.) & W.Meiden.: Chess Master v Chess Amateur.

Allen & Unwin 1973. 1st UK Edn. VG, d/w. 315pp. 25 deeply annotated games played between an amateur and master, "provides the average player with numerous ways to improve his game." £12.00

5404. Euwe (M.) & W.Meiden.: Chess Master v Chess Amateur.

Dover 1994. Repr. p/b, VG. 314pp. 25 deeply annotated games played between an amateur and master, "provides the average player with numerous ways to improve his game." £8.00

387. Evans (L.): New Ideas in Chess.

Pitman 1958. 1st UK Edn. Red mark on front cover o/w G. 196pp. Many positions from games of the 1950's arranged by themes, including many examples from Evans' own games...lucid and lively style. £8.00

5374. Firth (A.): Chess-Nuts. A Series of Small Handbooks for Beginners and Social Chess Players. No.1 First Aid to Beginners. Part 1 For White. (All published.)

Letchworth Printers, Herts.,(1928). 1st Edn. Small limp cloth, G. 76pp. Scarce. Betts 14-8. LN 1488. £20.00

4854. Flear (G.): Improve Your Endgame Play.

Everyman 2000. Reprint. Large p/b, VG. 160pp. Easy step-by-step guide with test positions. (A.) £10.00

4171. Flear (G.): Practical Endgame Play - Beyong the Basics. The Definitive Guide to the Endgames that Really Matter.

Everyman 2007. Large p/b, VG. 544pp. An in-depth book of all endgames which feature either two pieces for each side, or two pieces against one (+ pawns), which are situations which arise very frequently in practical play. Hundreds of examples from recent games. (A.) £16.00

5843. Franco (Zenon): The Art of Attacking Chess. Translated by Phil Adams.

Gambit, 2008. 1st Edn. Large p/b, VG. 255pp. 33 inspirational and instructive masterpieces, annotated in great detail, plus extra games and 73 exercises. (A.) £14.00

5925. Gormally (Danny): Calculate Like a Grandmaster. Learn from the World-class Attacking Players.

Batsford 2010. 1st Edn. p/b, VG. 256pp. 39 annotated games. The British GM includes anecdotes and reminiscences from his own colourful chess career, and annotates the games of Tal, Shirov, Topalov, Morozevich, Anand, and others. (A.) £12.00

388. Harding (T.): Winning at Correspondence Chess.

Batsford 1996. p/b. VG. 176pp. (A.) Includes biographies and games of leading CC players. £7.00

1407. Harding (T.D.): Better Chess for Average Players.

Dover 1996. Repr., corrected and slightly revised. p/b, VG. 237pp. (A.) A coaching manual in 30 graduated units. £7.00

5842. Hodgson (J.): Attack with GM Julian Hodgson. Book 2.

Hodgson Enterprises, 1997. p/b. VG. 128pp. 40 annotated games from 1980's & 90's, with helpful hints and amusing anecdotes. With a presentation inscription from Julian Hodgson. £12.00

678. Keene (R.): The Chess Combination from Philidor to Karpov.

Pergamon 1977. 1st Edn. VG. 162pp. Includes some 40 illustrative games from all eras. £9.00

390. Keres (P.): Practical Chess Endings.

Batsford, 1974. 1st Edn. Near Fine, d/w. 262pp. One of the best books on the endgame by a great endgame player. With a bookplate of the ECF, Dunleavy collection. £12.00

3713. King (D.): Test Your Chess with Daniel King.

Batsford,2004. p/b. VG. 240pp. 20 recent games with points awarded after each move, with introductions and profiles of the winners. (A.) £8.00

165. Kmoch (H.): Pawn Power in Chess.

McKay, NY 1959. 1st Edn. Spine faded, waterstain to lower corners o/w G. 304pp. The classic work on pawn play, with classification of pawn formations. Many full and part games. £8.00

1748. Kosten (T.): 101 Tips to Improve Your Chess.

Batsford, 1996. p/b. VG. 112pp. (A.) £6.00

176. Kotov (A.): Think Like a Grandmaster. Translated by Bernard Cafferty.

Batsford 1971. 1st English Edn. Previous owner inscription on endpaper o/w G,d/w . 200pp. "One of the most practical books ever published for players keen to improve their play." £9.00

5929. Krasenkow (M.): Finding Chess Jewels. Improve your Imagination and Calculation.

Everyman 2013. 1st Edn. Large p/b, VG. 222pp. "Grandmaster and renowned trainer Michal Krasenkow presents a treasure chest of puzzles designed to stretch the minds of all players." (A.) £14.00

434. Krogius (N.): Psychology in Chess.

RHM, NY 1976. 1st English Edn. p/b, VG. 243pp. Contains the best of Krogius' writings on the subject, with much of practical use including large sections on attention and time trouble, reasons for common errors etc. With a bookplate of the ECF collection. £12.00

5985. Lancel (Edmond): Pour Apprendre á Jouer aux Échecs.

L'Echiquier, Bruxelles (1932). Very large newspaper style (43 X 57cm) four pages, folded twice, a little yellowed, a 9cm tear on one page. An introduction to playing chess, plus many adverts on the last page. A very scarce item due to it's size and fragility. LN 1569. £30.00

4714. Lane (G.): Improve Your Chess in 7 Days.

Batsford, 2007. p/b. VG. 204pp. Packed with practical tips and hints on how to improve. (A.) £10.00

5540. Lane (G.): Sharpen Your Chess Tactics in 7 Days.

Batsford 2009. 1st Edn. p/b, F. 224pp. Full of easy to follow advice. (A.) £10.00

1202. Lasker (Ed.): Chess Strategy.

Bell, 1931. Repr. G. 282pp. 48 illustrative games mostly from 1908-14. £10.00

5243. Lasker (Emanuel): Gesunder Menschenverstand im Schach.

W.Rau, Dusseldorf 1961. p/b. G. 64pp. Translation of "Common Sense in Chess." £6.00

2579. Lasker (Emanuel.): Lasker's Manual of Chess.

Printing-Craft Ltd., 1932. 1st UK Edn. Spine faded, several newspaper cuttings to endpapers otherwise good. Portrait, 349pp. A chess classic which includes his illumination and elaboration of the theories of Steinitz. £15.00

3575. LeMoir (D.): How to Become a Deadly Chess Tactician.

Gambit 2002. Large p/b. F. 240pp. How to spot surprising tactics, calculate and analyse effectively, with numerous examples and exercises. (A.) £10.00

2425. Levitt (J.): Genius in Chess. Assess and Develop Your Chess Talent.

Batsford, 1997. p/b. F. 128pp. (A.) Sections on the nature of chess genius, talent tests, multiple choice tests etc. £8.00

683. Levy (D.): Learn Chess from the World Champions.

Pergamon 1984. Repr. p/b, VG. 206pp. A collection of writings by world champions from Philidor to Karpov, plus 34 games annotated by them. £12.00

3980. Lipnitsky (I.): Questions of Modern Chess Theory. A Soviet Classic. Translated by J.Sugden.

Quality Chess 2008. 1st English Edn. p/b, F. 229pp. 16 chapters covering various opening and middlegame topics, with numerous annotated games and part games. "The lost masterpiece of Soviet chess literature...published in 1956...updated for the 21st century and now available for the first time in English." (A.) £15.00

1400. Livshitz (A.): Test Your Chess IQ. Book 1.

Pergamon, 1981. 1st Edn. p/b. G. 124pp. 458 test positions arranged by tactical themes, plus score chart. Aimed at Elo 1550-1900 (ECF 120-160) players. (A.) £7.50

3794. Matanovic (A.) Ed: Encyclopaedia of Chess Middlegames. Combinations.

Chess Informant, 1980. Large h/b, covers a bit spotted o/w G, d/w frayed on back edge. 351pp. 1817 positions, arranged by themes, index of players. (A.) £10.00

5969. McDonald (Neil): Concise Chess Endings.

Everyman Chess, 2002. Small square p/b, good. 288pp. A pocket book ideal for club and tournament players. (A.) £8.00

3030. Mednis (E.): Practical Middlegame Tips.

Cadogan, 1998. 1st. p/b. F. 175pp. A wealth of advice for players of all standards, based around 33 annotated games mainly from the 1990's. (A.) £5.00

2011. Mieses (J.): Hundert Lehrreiche Stellungen aus Schachmeisterpartien.

Leipzig 1918. 1st Edn. Original boards. G. 51pp. 100 positions from master games. £18.00

2075. Mieses (J.): The Chess Pilot.

Williams & Norgate, 1947. 1st Edn. p/b with attractive cover design, but spine worn with paper loss. 64pp. Basic opening guide. £5.00

5608. Mitchell (D.A.): Mitchell's Guide to the Game of Chess. Being a Complete Course of Instruction for Beginners.

McKay, Philadelphis 1920. Revised Edn. Original red cloth, VG. 117pp. This revised edition includes a new American chess code, Marshall's Best Games (5 games), and 17 problems. Suprisingly no editions are listed in the LN 1955 catalogue. Betts 10-102. £10.00

5507. Muller (H.): Die Englische Partie. Eine Alte Eroffnung in Neuem Lichte.

Leipzig, 1928. 1st Edn. p/b, original wrappers, both covers loose. 77pp. £6.00

2961. Muller (K.) & F.Lamprecht: Secrets of Pawn Endings. Translated by Marc Becker. Foreword by John Nunn.

Everyman 2000. 1st English Edn. p/b. VG. 288pp. A comprehensive and well regarded work. (A.) £20.00

1836. Negyesy (G.) & J.Hegyi: Combination in Chess.

Corvina Press, Hungary 1970. Revised Edn. VG,d/w (jacket with edge wear). 304pp. 500 positions from named games arranged by theme. With a small label of the ECF, Ravilious collection. £10.00

5535. Nunn (J.): 1001 Deadly Checkmates. Solve the Puzzles and Measure your Skill!

Gambit, 2011. 1st Edn. Large p/b, VG. 303pp. 1001 positions from actual games, graded by theme and difficulty, with points awarded for finding the checkmate. (A.) £14.00

3837. Nunn (J.): Secrets of Pawnless Endings.

Batsford 1994. 1st Edn. p/b. VG. 320pp. (A.) Comprehensive work checked by computer database. £10.00

573. Nunn (J.): Tactical Chess Endings.

Allen & Unwin 1981. 1st Edn. VG,d/w. 204pp. Around 134 endings mostly from actual games, grouped by themes. "File copy" stamped on endpaper. (A.) £12.00

3707. Pachman (L.): Complete Chess Strategy. 2.Pawn-Play and the Centre. Translated by J.Littlewood.

Batsford 1976. 1st Edn. p/b, VG. 184pp. Includes nearly 93 illustrative games. Vol.2 of Pachman's great trilogy. With a bookplate of the ECF, Croker collection. £10.00

890. Pachman (L.): Complete Chess Strategy. Vol.1: Planning the Pieces.

Batsford 1975. 1st UK Edn. VG, d/w. 168pp. Includes 81 complete games. With a prize label on endpaper. £10.00

1437. Pachman (L.): Pachman's Modern Chess Strategy. Translated & Abridged by A.S.Russell.

Pitman 1963. 1st Edn. VG. 318pp. The standard work on the middlegame at the time and including many complete games. £8.00

876. Pandolfini (B.): Russian Chess.

Fireside Book, NY 1987. 1st. p/b, some cover wear o/w G. 219pp. "A complete course in intermediate chess logic including incisive advice from great Russian players" in the form of questions and answers. (A.) £7.00

5161. Phypers (R. Jno.): A Brief Guide to Advanced Chess.

Chess SC, n.d.(1962?) p/b, slightly creased at top margin o/w G. 28pp. Packed with concise advice. Betts 10-178. A scarce item. £16.00

581. Polugaevsky (L.) & I.Damsky: The Art of Defence in Chess. Trans: K.Neat.

Pergamon 1990. Reprint, with corrections. p/b, foxing to first page and page block edge o/w VG. 268pp. Includes 62 test positions. (A.) £10.00

4732. Przewoznik (J.) & M.Soszynski: How to Think in Chess.

Russell Ent., US 2001. p/b. F. 276pp. Includes 75 exercises and 120 problems. (A.) Explains the techniques chess masters use to find their moves. Includes solo analysis, solving methods, psychological training. £14.00

87. Renaud (G.) & V.Kahn.: The Art of Checkmate.

Bell 1955. 1st UK Edn. G. 208pp. Includes 82 complete games and numerous positions and exercises grouped by mating themes. £9.00

676. Richter (K.): Chess Combination as A Fine Art. Selected & Edited by W.Golz from the Writings of Kurt Richter. With Introductory Chapter by Paul Keres.

Pitman 1976. 1st English Edn. VG,d/w.. 255pp. 313 combinations divided by themes, including exercises and tests. £10.00

3577. RIZZITANO (J.): Understanding Your Chess.

Gambit 2004. Large p/b, corners slightly bumped o/w VG. 192pp., over 60 annotated games by strong US IM, in which he has reassessed games from his career and presents lessons from them that will be most relevant to club and tournament players. (A.) £12.00

3911. Romanovsky (P.): Mittelshpill plan.

Moscow 1960. 1st Edn. VG. 263pp. Includes many annotated games and positions on middlegame play. £10.00

5998. Sadler (Matthew) & Natasha Regan: Game Changer. AlphaZero's Groundbreaking Chess Strategies and the Promise of AI. Foreword by Garry Kasparov. Introduction by Deepmind CEO Demis Hassabis.

New in Chess 2019. p/b, VG. 415pp. Includes a "collection of lucidly explained chess games of astonishing quality" mostly between AlphaZero and Stockfish 8. The book offers intriguing insights into the opportunities and horizons of Artificial Intelligence. Signed on the half-title page by both authors. £20.00

688. Shamkovich (L.): The Modern Chess Sacrifice.

Batsford, 1980. 1st UK Edn. p/b, VG. 225pp. "The first book to offer a detailed classification of sacrifices in the opening and middlegames, with examples from contemporary Master play." With a bookplate of the ECF, Golombek collection. £10.00

5602. Shumilin (N.P.): Shakhmatnyj zadachnik: najdite kombinaciju! 680 pozicij iz igrannych partij.

Moscow 1964. p/b, spine worn at foot o/w G. 167pp. 680 positions with a combination from named games, with solutions at end. £5.00

5354. Silman (J.): Silman's Complete Endgame Course from Beginner to Master.

Siles Press, US 2007. 1st Edn. Large thick p/b, crease to front cover o/w G. 530pp. Includes test positions, and section "Five Greatest Endgame Players of All Time." The chapters are arranged according to rating groups so players can advance gradually. (A.) £20.00

117. Soltis (A.): The Art of Defence in Chess.

Allen & Unwin, 1980. 1st UK Edn. VG,d/w. 262pp. “Excellent, the most complete coverage ever of a difficult topic.” (J.Grefe.) With a bookplate of the ECF, Dunleavy collection. £12.00

5803. Soltis (Andrew): What it Takes to Become a Chess Master.

Batsford 2011. 1st Edn. p/b, fine. 208pp. "Packed with tips, tricks and practical exercies aimed at players of all skill levels who aspire to gteatness." (A.) £12.00

3939. SPASSKY. A.Raetsky & M.Chetverik: Boris Spassky. Master of Initiative.

Everyman 2006. p/b. VG. 160pp., short biography, around 150 games, most of which contain a puzzle and tip for the reader to solve. (A.) £10.00

5589. Staunton and others: The American Chess Player's Handbook. Based on the Work of Staunton and Modern Authorities. Teaching the Rudiments of the Game and Giving an Analysis of All the Recognized Openings. Illustrated by Appropriate Games actually Played...

John C.Winston Company, Philadelphia, 1934. Revised Edn. Red cloth, VG, d/w. 256pp. Many games from Morphy through to Alekhine. £9.00

4844. Steinitz (W.): The Modern Chess Instructor. Part 1+ Part 2 Section 1.(All published.)

1889. Edition Olms, Zurich 1984. Facsimile reprint. pp xli, 193, viii,64. Steinitz explains some of his famous chess theories, analyses many openings, and INCLUDES THE GAMES FROM HIS MATCH WITH TSCHIGORIN, with his annotations, revised and amended from the International Chess Magazine. There was no separate publication on this match. Part 2 of this work was a small and very rare pamphlet published in 1895. This reprint is also scarce. £50.00

901. TAL. A.Raetsky & M.Chetverik: Mikhail Tal. Tactical Genius.

Everyman 2004. p/b. VG. 160pp., short biography, selection of his most famous and instructive games and combinations presented in the form of 163 puzzles for the reader to solve. (A.) £10.00

115. Tartakower (S.): A Breviary of Chess. Translated by J. Du Mont.

Routledge 1956. 6th impression. VG, d/w (some paper loss to corners). 267pp. Includes about 80 illustrative games. £10.00

1319. Taulbut (S.): Positional Chess.

Allen & Unwin 1983. 1st Edn. VG,d/w. 102pp. Includes 49 annotated games. (A.) "Entertaining guide to positional play." With a bookplate of the ECF, Golombek collection. £10.00

5735. Tukmakov (Vladimir): Modern Chess Preparation. Getting Ready for Your Opponent in the Information Age.

New In Chess, 2012. p/b, Fine. 286pp. Includes 91 annotated games ranging from 1891 to 2011. 3 main sections - The Evolution of Preparation, games up to the 1980s - The Computer Era, games since 2000. - Deciding Games, where everything depends on the result. (A.) £16.00

5855. van Perlo (G.C.): van Perlo's Endgame Tactics. A Comprehensive Guide to the Sunny Side of Chess Endgames.

New in Chess, 2006. 1st Edn. p/b, VG. 479pp., 1105 endgame positions, arranged by endgame types, index of names. A large selection of entertaining endgames taken from actual games many featuring tricks and traps. (A.) £18.00

1087. Walker (J.): Chess Combinations: The Improving Player's Puzzle Book.

Everyman 1999. p/b. G. 128pp. Includes around 300 test positions. (A.) £7.00

5248. Ward (C.): Chess Choice Challenge 3.

Batsford 2004. p/b. F. 159pp. A chess puzzle book in multiple choice format to improve your chess thinking. (A.) £9.00

2384. Znosko-Borovsky (E.): The Art of Chess Combination.

Dover 1959.. Reprint of 1936 edn. p/b. Fine. 212pp. "Charming and entertaining style, fortified by penetrating insight into the very essence of combinative play, makes this a timeless book." (J.Grefe.) £7.00

201. Znosko-Borovsky (E.A.): Traps on the Chessboard or Dangers in the Openings.

Hollings 1938. 1st Edn. G. 138pp. Arranged by openings. £8.00