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Wojo's Weapons: Winning With White

by Jonathan Hilton & Dean Ippolito Mongoose Press (September 15, 2014)

The Grünfeld is one of the most topical openings in modern chess practice. Many club players fear it, and top GMs often struggle to get an advantage when facing it as White. But is it really a theoretically...

The Najdorf in Black and White

by Bryan Smith Mongoose Press (March 12, 2018)

In many ways, the Najdorf Sicilian is the ideal defense against 1.e4 – aggressive and leading to creative and exciting play, allowing Black to play for a win and yet unquestionably sound. Despite the Najdorf’s...

Everyone's Second Chess Book

by Dan Heisman Mongoose Press (March 12, 2018)

Chessplayers wishing to improve their performance typically seek to deepen their middlegame understanding or to increase their endgame knowledge. Often, however, the real key to improvement lies not in learning...

Great Moves

by Sunil Weeramantry, Alan Abrams & Robert McLellan Mongoose Press (October 01, 2017)

What’s the best way to learn chess? Great Moves: Learning Chess Through History blends the intricacies of chess play with the game’s compelling and colorful history, putting real people at the 64 squares....

The King Is a Powerful Piece!

by Tigran Gyozalyan Mongoose Press (July 15, 2017)

Cowering in the middlegame, towering in the endgame: chess theory teaches that the king needs protection from enemy pieces until the ending, when finally it can come out from hiding to decisive effect. But what...

The Elshad System

by Igor Nemtsev Mongoose Press (July 15, 2017)

You have limited time to devote to chess study, and most of that goes to reviewing your openings to move 25, with all their sidelines. Sound familiar? Here’s a solution: surprise your opponent in the first...

The Fighting Dragon: How to Defeat the Yugoslav Attack

by Paul Powell Mongoose Press (February 01, 2017)

What's the best way to start learning a new opening? You can either fill your head with masses of variations and then try to keep it all straight at the chessboard, or you can absorb key patterns and themes...

Quick Kills: Practice Crushing Your Opponent Out Of The Opening - Alapin Sicilian

by Bill Harvey Mongoose Press (February 01, 2012)

If you play chess for blood, it makes sense to learn the violent tactics that feature in the openings that you play. More practical than taking in tactical themes by general category - knight forks, clearance,...