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List of books on chess openings---Series from 95A to 95Z and 95AA to 95AZ and 95BA to 95BZ
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75.1---Budapest gambit by Otto Borik - published in 1986 by B.T.Batsford - Excellent analysis for black with all variations arising from the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e5 3 de5 fully discussed - 102 pages - 95S
75.2---The English defense by Keene , Plaskett & Tisdall - published in 1982 by Collier Books USA + Canada - Deals with the sequence of moves by black using ...b6 , ...Bb7 , ...e6 usually arising from the moves 1 d4 e6 2 c4 b6 3 e4 Bb7 4 Nc3 Bb4 5 Qc2 Qh5 6 Bd3 f5 fully discussed - interesting option for black - 102 pages - 95X -
75.3---Three double king pawn openings by Yakov Estrin - published in 1982 by Chess Enterprises USA - Excellent analysis in 3 lines of 1 e4 e5 the Bishops opening , the Hungarian defense and the Ponziani opening - 90 pages - 95Z -
75.4---Queen's gambit Tartakower system by J.Konikowski - published in 1983 by Chess Enterprises USA - Analysis for black using the Tartakower system in QGD with ...b6, Bb7, c5 etc - 110 pages - 95AA
75.5---Sicilian Paulsen by Mark Taimanov - published in 1984 by B.T.Batsford London - Analysis for black using the line arising from the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 e6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 - 106 pages 95AD
75.6---Beating the CaroKann by Vassilios Kotronios - published in 1995 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent anaysis for White using the advance variation B12 to beat the CaroKann after the moves 1 e4 c6 2 d4 d5 3 e5 - 112 pages - 95AT
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100.1---Vienna game in Russian by A.M.Konstantinopolsky and V.F. Lepeshkin - published in 1989 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 e5 2 Nc3 fully discussed - 178 pages - 95E
100.2---Pirc-Ufimtsev - modern defence in Russian by L.S.Fridstein - published in 1980 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 d6 2 d4 Nf6 3 Nc3 g6 and also 1 e4 g6 fully discussed - 194 pages - 95 I -
100.3---Black to play and win with 1...g6 by Andrew Soltis - published in 1988 by Chess Digest USA - Good book specially meant for black players using the modern defence with 1...g6 - 130 pages - 95K -
100.4---The Complete Vienna by Mark Tseitlin and Igor Glazkov - published in 1995 by Henry Holt and company USA - Excellent analysis with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 e5 2 Nc3 fully discussed - 130 pages - 95L -
100.5---Winning with the Spanish by Anatoly Karpov - published in 1994 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis mainly for the white side tackling various variations employed by black fully discussed - 178 pages - 95N
100.6---Unorthodox openings by Joel Benjamin & Eric Schiller - published in 1987 by B.T.Batsford London - Sorted into good , bad and ugly , dealing with unusual lines and gambits for both White and Black - Interesting for those who rely more on surprises -
156 pages - 95P -
100.7---The Closed Spanish by Anatoly Bikhovsky - published in 1993 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis mainly for black about the Karpov -Zaitsev sytems fully discussed - 144 pages - 95Q
100.8---Winning with the Scotch by Gary Lane - published in 1993 by B.T.Batsford London - All about the Scotch game used by white players fully discussed - 146 pages - 95R
100.9---Beating the King's Indian and Benoni by Anatoly Vaisser - published in 1997 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis for white players using the 4 pawn attack set up fully discussed by a great expert - 146 pages - 95T
100.10---The Chigorin Queen's gambit by Angus Dunnington - published in 1996 by B.T.Batsford - Analysis for black using the Chigorin line arising from the moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 Nc6 fully discussed - 162 pages - 95U
100.11---Scandinavian defense - Andersen counter attack by W.John Lutes - published in 1988 by Chess Enterprises USA - Analysis for Black after 1 e4 d5 2 ed5 Qd5 3 Nc3 Qa5 4 d4 e5 - 134 pages - 95AC
100.12---Beating the Sicilian by John Nunn - published in 1986 by B.T.Batsford London - Analysis for white to tackle all variations of the Sicilian defense - 160 pages - 95AF -
100.13---The Benoni for the tournament player by John Nunn - published in 1988 by B.T.Batsford London - Analysis for black after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 - 160 pages - 95AG -
100.14---King's Indian Defence Averbakh variation by Margeir Petursson - Published by Cadogan books London in 1996 - Excellent analysis for White after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6 3 Nc3 Bg7 4 e4 d6 5 Be2 - 130 pages - 95AK
100.15---Sicilan 2 c3 by Murray Chandler - published in 1987 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis for White after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 c3 - 128 pages - 95AQ
100.16---The Dutch for the attacking player by Steffen Pedersen - published in 1997 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis for Black using the Leningrad system ...f5...g6...Bg7 after the moves 1 d4 f5 2 c4 Nf6 3 Nc3 g6 - 162 pages - 95AR
100.17---Easy guide to the Classical Sicilian by Jouni Yrjola - published in 2000 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis for Black in all variations of the Classical Sicilian after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 d6 - 130 pages - 95AS
100.18---Catalan Opening by Oleg Moiseyev and Grigory Ravinsky - published in 1984 by B.T.Batsford London - Deals with the open and closed variations of the Catalan opening for White arising after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 g3 - Good analysis by two experts - 140 pages - 95AW-
100.19---Easy guide to the Ruy Lopez by John Emms - published in 1999 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis and introduction for those seeking to play with White 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 - 146 pages - 95AX-
100.20---The Trompovsky by Nigel Davies - published in 2005 by Gloucester publishers London - Excellent analysis for White to try 1 d4 Nf6 2 Bg5 - 146 pages - 95AZ
100.21---Easy guide to the Sveshnikov Sicilian by Jacob Aagard - published in 1999 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis for Black to play the rather popular variation of the Sicilian defense arising after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 e5 - 146 pages - 95BA
100.22---The Hedgehog by Mihai Suba - published in 2000 by B.T.Batsford London - Very fine book about the hedgehog setup that is often used by Black to combat the dreaded Maroczy bind coming from a variety of openings - 158 pages - 95BC -
100.23---Easy guide to the Dragon by Mikhail Golubev - published in 1999 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis for Black to play the rather volatile variation of the Sicilian defense arising after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 d6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 g6 - written by a leading expert - 146 pages - 95BE
100.24---Easy guide to the Nge2 King's Indian by G.Forintos and E.Haag - published in 2000 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis for White to play the special variation against the King's Indian Defense arising after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6 3 Nc3 Bg7 4 e4 d6 5 Nge2 also known as the Hungarian attack - 130 pages - 95BF
100.25---Easy guide to the Najdorf Sicilian by Tony Kosten - published in 1999 by Everyman publishers London - Excellent analysis for Black to play the most popular variation of the Sicilian defense arising after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 d6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 a6 - Has a selected ready reckoner repertoire for Black against all white options - 130 pages - 95BG
100.26---The Slav for the tournament player by Glenn Flear - published in 1988 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis especially for black dealing with all lines of play after 1 d4 d5 2 c4 c6 - 154 pages - 95BL -
100.27---Sicilian Kalashnikov by Jan Pinski & Jacob Aagard - published by Everyman Publishers London in 2001 - Excellent analysis for Black after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 e5 5 Nb5 d6 - 178 pages - 95BM
100.28---Sicilian Grand Prix attack by James Plaskett - published by Everyman Publishers London in 2001 - Excellent analysis for white after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nc3 or 2 f4 followed by f4, Bc4 or Bb5 etc - 146 pages - 95BO
100.29---Vienna game by Alexander Konstantinopolsky and Vladimir Lepeshkin - Published in 1986 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis for white dealing with all lines of play after 1 e4 e5 2 Nc3 - 130 pages - 95BP -
100.30---Easy guide to the queen's gambit accepted by Graeme Buckley - published in 1998 by Cadogan books London - Analysis for black after the moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 dc4 - 128 pages - 95BR
100.31---Advance and other anti-french variants by Lev Psakhis - published by B.T.Batsford London in 2003 - Excellent analysis for black dealing with al lines of play after 1 e4 e6 2 d4 d5 3 e5 and other sidelines except for the white responses 2 Nc3 and 2 Nd2 - 162 pages - 95BY
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125.1---Queen's Indian defence in Russian by E.P.Geller - published in 1981 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 b6 fully discussed - 242 pages - 95A
125.2---Sicilian Dragon in Russian by E.Gufeld - published in 1982 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 d6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 g6 fully discussed - 194 pages - 95B -
125.3---QGD Slav defence in Russian by L.E.Kondratyev - published in 1985 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 d4 d5 2 c4 c6 fully discussed - 242 pages - 95C -
125.4---King's gambit in Russian by Y.Estrin and Glazkov - published in 1988 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 e5 2 f4 fully discussed - 258 pages - 95D -
125.5---Modern Benoni in Russian by L.E.Kondratyev and E.S. Stolyar - published in 1981 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 fully discussed - 226 pages - 95F
125.6---Alekhine defence in Russian by V.Bagirov - published in 1987 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 Nf6 fully discussed - 258 pages - 95H -
125.7---The Complete Pirc by John Nunn - published in 1982 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis with all variations arising from the moves 1 e4 d6 2 d4 Nf6 3 Nc3 g6 fully discussed - 218 pages - 95M -
125-8---Sicilian Dragon Classical and Levenfisch variations by Laszlo Sapi and Attila Schneider - published in 1990 by Collier Books USA + Canada - Excellent analysis with all variations arising from other than the famous Yugoslav attack - These lines where white castles king side are fully discussed - 248 pages - 95O -
125.9---Sicilian Dragon Yugoslav 9 Bc4 by Laszlo sapi and Attila Schneider - published in 1989 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis dealing with all variations arising from the move 9 Bc4 fully discussed - 222 pages - 95V
125.10---Play the Benko gambit by V.Ravikumar - published in 1991 by Maxwell Macmillan group - Analysis for black using the Benko gambit arising from the moves 1. d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 b5 - 214 pages - 95AB -
125.11---Play the Catalan - Volume - 2 by Iakov Neishtadt - published in 1988 by Pergamon Press - Analysis for White after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 g3 d5 4 Bg2 Be7 - 186 pages - 95AE
125.12---Modernes Benoni bis Wolga gambit by Mark Taimanov - published in 1982 by Sportverlag Berlin - Excellent analysis but fully in German for Black afterthe moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 and after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 b5 - 226 pages - 95AO
125.13---Opening for Black according to Karpov by Alexander Khalifman - published in 2001 by Chess Stars , Bulgaria - The expert analyst uses Karpov's choice of lines like the Caro-kann and the Nimzo-Indian + Queen's Indian + Catalan setups as Black -
192 pages - 95AY-
125.14---Opening according to Anand - 1.e4 - Volume-1 by Alexander Khalifman published by Chess Stars Ltd ,Bulgaria in 2003 - The former FIDE world champion gives a complete repertoire for White with 1.e4 based on GM Anand's choice of lines - This volume deals with all lines of 1.e4 e5 except the Ruy Lopez - Good work and excellent suggestions by Khalifman apart from the fact that GM Anand's choice is often based on popular and sound lines of play - 238 pages - 95BH
125.15---Petroff Defence by Alexander Raetsky and Maxim Chetverik - Published in 2005 by Gloucester publishers London - Excellent analysis for black after the moves 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nf6 in all lines of play - 194 pages - 95BN
125.16---Opening for white according to Kramnik 1.Nf3 Volume-1 - by Alexander Khalifman published by Chess Stars Ltd ,Bulgaria in 2000 - The former FIDE world champion gives a complete repertoire for White with 1.Nf3 based on GM Kramnik's choice of lines - This volume deals with all lines of King's Indian , Anti-Grunfeld and Old Indian - Good work and excellent suggestions by Khalifman apart from the fact that GM Kramnik's choice is often based on popular and sound lines of play - 240 pages - 95BS
125.17---Modern Vedelem - by R.D.Keene and G.S.Botteril - published by Sport Budapest in 1977 - Excellent analysis for black after the response 1...g6 to all white moves but the entire book is in Hungarian - 226 pages - 95BW
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150.1---Catastrophe in the opening by Iakov Neishtadt - published in 1980 by Pergamon Press - Excellent book dealing with various opening traps and pitfalls and also covering a rather wide range of openings - 274 pages - 95W
150.2---The Sicilian Pelikan by Evgenny Sveshnikov - published in 1989 by B.T.Batsford - Excellent analysis with all variations fully discussed by a great expert - 282 pages - 95Y
150.3---The Sicilian Accelerated Dragon by Peter Heine Nielsen and Carsten Hansen - published in 1998 by B.T.Batsford London - Good analysis for Black after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 3 Nf3 Nc6 4 d4 cd4 5 Nd4 g6 - 322 pages - 95AH
150.4---The complete Benoni by Lev Psakhis - published in 1995 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis for Black after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 - 260 pages - 95AJ -
150.5---The Catalan opening in Russian by - published in 1986 by Moscow - Excellent analysis for Black after the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 g3 - 306 pages - 95AL
150.6---Sizilianisch Drachen system bis gesch schlossene variante by Lev Polugaevsky - published in 1982 by Sportverlag Berlin - Excellent analysis but fully in German for Black in Accelerated Dragon Sicilian and also closed Sicilian variations after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 5 Nd4 g6 and after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nc3 Nc6 3 g3 - 258 pages - 95AP
150.7---Opening preparation by Mark Dvoretsky and Arthur Yusupov - published in 1997 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent suggestions by two world class experts about opening preparation techniques - 306 pages - 95AV -
150.8---Opening for white according to Kramnik 1.Nf3 Volume-3 - by Alexander Khalifman published by Chess Stars Ltd ,Bulgaria in 2001 - The former FIDE world champion gives a complete repertoire for White with 1.Nf3 based on GM Kramnik's choice of lines - This volume deals with all lines of Maroczy system , English (1..c5) Modern defence , Dutch defence and rare lines - Good work and excellent suggestions by Khalifman apart from the fact that GM Kramnik's choice is often based on popular and sound lines of play - 306 pages - 95BT -
150.9---Opening for white according to Kramnik 1.Nf3 Volume-5 - by Alexander Khalifman published by Chess Stars Ltd ,Bulgaria in 2002 - The former FIDE world champion gives a complete repertoire for White with 1.Nf3 based on GM Kramnik's choice of lines - This volume deals with all lines of Queen's gambit declined - Good work and excellent suggestions by Khalifman apart from the fact that GM Kramnik's choice is often based on popular and sound lines of play - 274 pages - 95BU -
150.10---4...Qh4 in the Scotch game by Lev Gutman - published by B.T.Batsford London in 2001 - Excellent analysis for black after the moves 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 ed4 4 Nd4 Qh4 - 274 pages - 95BV
150.11---The English attack by Tapani Sammalvuo - published by Gambit publications London in 2004 - Excellent analysis in the very popular line of play from the Najdorf Sicilian arising after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nd3 d6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 a6 6 Be3 (6 f3) -
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175.1---Nimzo Indian defence in Russian by M.E.Taimanov - published in 1985 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Bb4 fully discussed - 386 pages - 95G
175.2---The complete encyclopaedia of chess openings - Sicilian Sveshnikov B33-1 without 8 Nd5 and 9 Bxf6 - published in 1996 by Moravian chess Czech - Deals with the famous variation arising after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 e5 - 374 pages - 95AM
175.3---The complete encyclopaedia of chess openings - King's Indian attack - 6 - published in 1999 by Moravian chess Czech - Deals with the variations arising after the moves 1 e4 c6 2 d3 and 1 e4 Nf6 2 d3 and 1 e4 g6 2 d3 and 1 e4 d6 2 d3 etc - 332 pages - 95AN
175.4---Accelerated Dragons by Jeremy Silman and John Donaldson - published in 1998 by Cadogan Books London - Good analysis for Black after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 3 Nf3 Nc6 4 d4 cd4 5 Nd4 g6 - 320 pages - 95U -
175.5---The complete Najdorf modern lines by John Nunn and Joe Gallagher - published in 1998 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent book that deals with all other variations of the Najdorf Sicilian after the moves 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 d6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 a6 and now all modern lines from 6 Bc4 , 6 Be3 , 6 f4 , 6 Be2 etc except 6 Bg5 are all discussed - This is more or less a companion volume to their earlier work "Najdorf complete 6 Bg5 etc - 338 pages - 95BB -
175.6---The Ultimate Pirc by John Nunn and Colin Mcnab - published in 2001 by B.T.Batsford London - Perhaps the most detailed approach by Dr.Nunn who has already written several books on the same topic - 322 pages - 95BD -
175.7---The complete encyclopaedia of chess openings - Four knight's defense C47-C49 - published in 1998 by Moravian chess Czech - Deals with the variations arising after the moves 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Nc3 Nc6 and other transpositions to this position with continuations like the Scotch game etc - 396 pages - 95BJ
175.8---The Complete Richter Rauzer by Peter Wells and Viacheslav Osnos - published in 1998 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent analysis dealing with all lines of play after 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 d6 6 Bg5 - 322 pages - 95BK -
175.9---The complete encyclopaedia of chess openings - Scandinavian defense B01 - published in 1998 by Moravian chess Czech - Deals with the variations arising after the moves 1 e4 d5 - 398 pages - 95BQ
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200.1---English opening in Russian by V.Bagirov - published in 1989 - Excellent analysis but in Russian with all variations arising from the moves 1 c4 fully discussed - 466 pages - 95J
200.2---Opening according to Anand - 1.e4 - Volume-2 by Alexander Khalifman published by Chess Stars Ltd ,Bulgaria in 2003 - The former FIDE world champion gives a complete repertoire for White with 1.e4 based on GM Anand's choice of lines - This volume deals with all lines of 1.e4 e5 only of the Ruy Lopez and is thus a companion to the earlier work done in Volume -1 that dealt with all other variations in 1.e4 e5 - Again very good comprehensive work and excellent suggestions by Khalifman apart from the fact that GM Anand's choice is often based on popular and sound lines of play - 438 pages 95BI -

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250.1---ECO - E volume 3rd edition - E00-E99  - by chess informant - published 1999 by Sahovski  Informator -  deals with the openings coming from 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 like the Nimzo-Indian defence , the  Queen's Indian defence , the Catalan opening  and 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 being the King's Indian defence - 532 pages -  

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275.1---Kurs Debyutov - published in 1985 by Moscow - Excellent book but fully in Russian more like the ECO that deals with all opening lines with illustrative games too - 674 pages - 95AI

275.2---ECO - A  volume 4th edition - A00-A99 - by chess informant - published 2001 by Sahovski  Informator -  deals with all lines of the English opening  1.c4 + all lines of the Dutch defence 1.d4 f5 + all lines of the Modern Benoni 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 e6 + Benko gambit 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 c5 3 d5 b5 + Budapest gambit 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e5 + other miscellaneous openings related to 1 d4 - 586 pages
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75.1---Surprise in chess by Amatzia Avni - published 1998 by Cadogan books London - deals with the elements of surprise in chess with tactical examples - interesting to read - 112 pages -

100.1---Classic chess problems by pioneer composers by Kenneth .S.Howard - published by Dover publications New York in 1970 - deals with great compositions by several eminent composers from mate in two to mate in five - good compilation - 120 pages - 96E -
100.2---The chess combination from Philodor to Karpov by Raymond Keene - Published by Pergamon press in 1977 History of chess tactics with examples - 164 pages - 96 I -
100.3---Spectacular chess problems by Kenneth .S.Howard - Published by Dover publications New York in 1965 - deals with 200 great compositions by several eminent composers from mate in two - good compilation - 124 pages - 96L -
100.4---Chess problem gems by eight eminent composers by Kenneth .S.Howard - Published by Dover publications New York in 1972 - deals with great compositions by eight eminent composers from mate in two - good compilation - 122 pages - 96M
100.5---600 plus winning chess themes and tactics by V.Subramanian - Published in 2004 by Chess promotion centre Chennai 600091 - 172 pages - 96S -

100.6--- White to play and mate in two by B.P.Barnes - published by Goodwill publishing house Delhi good collection of mate in two problems - 160 pages 96D

100.7---Tactical ideas in chess by John Love - published in 1981 by Bell chess books , London explains various tactical themes with good examples - 158 pages - 96J -

100.8---The brilliant touch in chess by Walter Korn - published 1966 by Dover publications USA - - excellent compilation of tactical positions - 130 pages - 96K -

100.9---101 attacking ideas in Chess by Joe Gallagher - published by Gambit publications , London - 128 pages explains concepts of attack with tactical examples from play - 96Q -

100.10---Creative chess by Amatzia Avni - published 1997 by Cadogan books London - deals with various aspects of chess tactics with lively illustrations - interesting to read - 170 pages - 96G

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125.1---Winning chess by Fred Reinfeld - Published by Simon & Chuster USA in 1975 Deals with various tactical themes along with good examples - 236 pages - 96A

125.2---360 brilliant and instructive endgames by A.A.Troitsky - published 1968 by Dover publications USA contains exactly what the title says but kept under tactics section - 210 pages - 96N -

125.3---Play chess combinations and sacrifices by David Levy - published 1980 by Oxford University press - good discussion of tactical play from various game situations using famous examples - 196 pages -

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150.3---Secrets of chess tactics by Mark Dvoretsky - published in 1992 by B.T.Batsford London - Good explanation of tactical play with lots of suitable examples by a world famous Soviet trainer - 282 pages - 96R 

150.4---Combinations, the heart of chess by Irving Chernev - published 1967 by Dover publications New Work - excellent book that deals with all the tactical themes , providing apt examples too - 274 pages - 96F

150.5---Sharpen your tactics by Anatoly Lein & Boris Archangelsky - published 1996 by Hays publishing,Texas,USA - Good compilation of over 1125 tactical problems with solutions at the rear - 272 pages - 

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175.1---Shakhmatiy Zadachi Miniaturiy by A.A.Teshkov and V.E. Chepizhiyi - Published by Sport Moscow in 1987 - entirely in Russian and contains problems from mate in two to mate in five - 338 pages - 96B

 

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125.1---Practical chess analysis - by Mark Buckley - published 1999 by Thinker's press USA - 196 pages - 

125.2---Secrets of positional chess - by Drazen Marovic - published 2003 - ( Gambit publications, London ) - 228 pages - 

125.3---Dynamics of chess strategy - by Vlastimil Jansa - published 2003 by B. T. Batsford , London - 220 pages -  

125.4---Decision making at the chessboard by Viacheslav Eingorn published 2003 by Gambit publications , London 210 pages

125.5---Improve your chess results by Vladimir Zak published 1985 by B.T.Batsford , London pages 206 pages -

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150.1---Chess strategy - by Eduard Gufeld & Nikolai Kalienchenko - published 2003 by B. T. Batsford , London - 276 pages -  

150.2---Attack and defence - by Mark Dvoretsky & Artur Yusupov - published 1998 by B. T. Batsford , London - 290 pages - 

150.3---Secrets of modern chess strategy - by John Watson - published  1998 by Gambit publications, London  - 272 pages -  

150.4---Chess strategy in action - by John Watson - published 2003 by Gambit publications, London - 290 pages

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100.1---One hundred chess endings by Niharendu Sikdar - published 1997 by Delhi Chess Academy - discusses famous king and pawn endings - good compilation and accompanying analysis - 158 pages - 98H -

100.2---Endless endings by K.Muralimohan - published 2002 by Capa books , Chennai - good compilation of important endgames with instructive examples from practical play too - 170 pages - 98F -

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125.1---Reinfeld on the endgame in chess by Fred Reinfeld - published 1957 by Dover publications USA - discussion of various endgame themes with good examples from practical play - 194 pages - 98Q - 

125.2---Rook endings by Levenfisch and Smyslov - published 1971 by B.T.Batsford London - Excellent work on rook endgames by two leading experts on the topic - One of the early good books on rook endings - 230 pages - 98E - 

125.3---Endgame strategy - by M. I. Shereshevsky - published 1985 by Pergamon press  - 230 pages

125.4---Tactical chess endings by John Nunn published 2005 by Multivista global Ltd Chennai for B.T.Batsford London 214 pages - 

125.5---The tactics of endgames by Jeno Ban - published 1997 by Dover publications New York - Nice material that deals with various tactical endgames arranged thematically - 226 pages - 98K -  

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200.1---ECO of chess endings R3-R7 = by chess informant - published 1985 by Sahovski  Informator -  excellent compilation that deals with all rook endings classified under R/3 to R/7 - 424 pages -

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125.1---Tigran Petrosian his life and games - by Vik . L .Vasiliev - published 1974 by B. T. Batsford , London - Traces the chess career of the former world champion right through till his match with Fischer in 1972 - 252 pages  -

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150.1---Endgame - by Dominic Lawson - published 1994 by Harmony books , USA - deals with the Kasparov - Short world championship match held at London 1993 - mostly prose and detailed account of the match developments on both sides from the British point of view -  266 pages -

150.2---Fire on board by Alexei Shirov - published 1997 by Cadogan books , London - Excellent compilation of games played and annotated by Alexei Shirov - Shirov is known for his sharp and imaginative approach which is reflected in many of the games offered here - 242 pages -

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175.1---Secrets of grandmaster chess by John Nunn - published 2005 by Multivista global Ltd Chennai for B.T.Batsford London Grandmaster John Nunn traces the early years of his illustrious chess career with annotated games covering his victories over world class players - 338 pages -   

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