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The best chess book you have ever read

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What is the best chess book you have ever read? 

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Anna Khachatryan

Anna Khachatryan 9 months ago

Positional Decision Making in Chess by Boris Gelfand

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Slobo Janjić

Slobo Janjić 9 months ago

'' My System '' Aron Nimtzowitch

Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 9 months ago

Oh wow, I have a ton of favorites! 

I guess the one that helped me the most when I started was "How to reasses your chess" by Jeremy Silman.

I went from 1400 to 1600 elo after reading that one

Vladimir Moskalenko

Vladimir Moskalenko 9 months ago

All books I read are the best!

Robert Tea

Robert Tea 9 months ago

:)



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ARNAV maheshwari

ARNAV maheshwari 9 months ago

positional play

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Sandesh Bajaj

Sandesh Bajaj 9 months ago

Pump up ur rating with axel smith

Artrosman Djangologic

Artrosman Djangologic 9 months ago

Secrets of Modern Chess Strategy by John Watson



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Guenter Rier

Guenter Rier 9 months ago

Shereshevsky - Endgame Strategy

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David Shahinyan

David Shahinyan 9 months ago

Zurich International Chess Tournament, 1953

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Jay Garrison

Jay Garrison 9 months ago

I am in the middle of this book currently! I am sure it will be my number 1 when I am done :)

Artrosman Djangologic

Artrosman Djangologic 9 months ago

Hello !

Which Zurich 53 ? (Bronstein/Veinstein) or Najdorf ?

https://theweekinchess.com/john-watson-reviews/john-watson-book-review-106-zurich-1953-by-najdorf

David Shahinyan

David Shahinyan 9 months ago

Jay Garrison - It will be great

David Shahinyan

David Shahinyan 9 months ago

Artrosman Djangologic - Bronstein it's just a masterpiece

 

Jeffrey Cobb

Jeffrey Cobb 9 months ago

My System by Aron Nimzovitch is, by far, the book that was most influential to making me a reasonably good player.