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Mah Jongg: The Art of the Game: A Collector's Guide to Mah Jongg Tiles and Sets

by Ann Israel, Gregg Swain & Michel Arnaud Tuttle Publishing (November 18, 2014)

"I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Whether used as a reference or a beautiful keepsake, it's a very worth addition to the world of Mah Jongg." —Ruth Unger, President, National Mah Jongg League

This is the first...


Play American Mah Jongg!: Everything you Need to Play American Mah Jongg

by Elaine Sandberg Tuttle Publishing (November 11, 2014)

Learn and play the fascinating game of Mahjong with this comprehensive ebook.

Mahjong or "Mah Jongg" is not called "The Game of a Thousand Intellingences" for nothing. It's relaxing, social, and allows people...


Go and Go-Moku

by Edward Lasker Dover Publications (August 14, 2012)

Best introduction in English to a great Japanese game. Detailed instructions provide valuable information on basic patterns, strategy, tactics, analyzed games. Used as text by generations of Americans, Japanese....


Beginning Go

by Peter Shotwell & Susan Long Tuttle Publishing (September 04, 2012)

The must-have resource guidebook for those looking to learn the ancient Asian game of Go

Beginning Go is a clear, concise and thorough introduction to the intricacies of Go that is perfect for first time players....


Practical Chess Endings

by Paul Keres Batsford (October 26, 2018)

An essential practical book, for all chess players, from one of the world's greatest grandmasters. Rather than attempting to cover every theoretical possible endgame position, Paul Keres deals with the basic...


A to Z Chess Tactics

by George Huczek Batsford (February 15, 2018)

An indispensable reference book of chess moves, perfect for any chess player, beginner or club player.

This A to Z of chess tactics provides an explanation of all the key terms and jargon used in chess so you...


The Little Book of Mahjong

by Seth Brown Adams Media (June 26, 2018)

Disconnect from a device-oriented world and rediscover the classic Chinese game of mahjong—while improving focus, creativity and stimulating memory—with this comprehensive yet gifty guide that includes all...


Learn Chess from the Greats

by Peter J. Tamburro Dover Publications (October 21, 2016)

Beginning students of the game as well as veterans of the board will find this chess guide offers a wealth of inspiration, enjoyment, and practical chess advice. In providing valuable instruction for players...


101 Ways to Win at Scrabble: Top tips for Scrabble success (Collins Little Books)

by Barry Grossman Collins (September 07, 2017)

Inside this little book one of Britain’s top Scrabble players reveals his top tips for all day, everyday Scrabble success.

We all want to get one over on our friends and family on the Scrabble board. Most...


Stop, Go, Murder

by Paul Freeman McNae, Marlin and Mackenzie (August 18, 2017)

Stop, Go, Murder is a story about murder, the game of

Go, and the role of happenstance in shaping our lives.

Introduced here is Steven Crane, a homicide detective

who has come to see his life, including his current...


What it Takes to Become a Grandmaster

by Andrew Soltis Batsford (May 12, 2016)

Becoming a Grandmaster is the ultimate aim for serious chess players, but whatever your chess abilities, this book will take you to the next level. Packed with tips, tricks and practical exercises aimed at players...


Winning the Won Game

by Danny Kopec Batsford (July 30, 2015)

Every chessplayer who aspires to achieve chess mastery must learn the techniques for winning a won game. It is the perennial problem which confronts players at all levels of play. This book will enable chessplayers...


365 Chess Master Lessons: Take One a Day to Be a Better Chess Player

by Andrew Soltis Batsford (July 13, 2017)

Increase your chess knowledge within the year! In this book, Andrew Soltis analyzes 365 key chess games in an easy way for busy people. In this book, 365 of the most instructive short games of chess are analyzed,...


My Book of Indoor Games

by Clarence Squareman SC Active Business Development SRL (March 27, 2017)

Your kids are buzzing bundles of energy, ever eager for new experiences and new challenges. And one of your toughest jobs as a parent is finding ways to channel kids' energies that promote healthy development...


The Chess Endgame Study

by A. J. Roycroft Dover Publications (October 10, 2016)

The endgame study, like the chess problem, eliminates over-the-board competition to concentrate on an invented endgame position carefully plotted to fox, bewilder, challenge, and otherwise stimulate the solver....


Go Basics: Concepts & Strategies for New Players (Downloadable Media Included)

by Peter Shotwell Tuttle Publishing (July 01, 2014)

Learn the fascinating game of Go with this expert guide.

Go is a two player board game that first originated in ancient China but is also very popular in Japan and Korea. There is significant strategy and philosophy...


Steppingstones to Go: A Game of Strategy

by Shigemi Kishikawa Tuttle Publishing (July 17, 2012)

Learn the Asian strategy game of Go with this user-friendly, expert guide.

Go was invented some four thousand years ago in China, and is the oldest game in the world, still enjoyed today. Played with black and...


Coloring Bird Mandalas: 30 Hand-drawn Designs for Mindful Relaxation

by Wendy Piersall Ulysses Press (July 18, 2016)

YOUR FAVORITE NEW HOBBY—COLORING FOR FUN AND RELAXATION—GETS AN AVIAN TWIST WITH THIS COLLECTION OF WHIMSICAL MANDALAS

Relax, focus, reach a higher state of mindfulness and simply enjoy yourself as you artistically...


Calming Dot to Dot: Intricate, Stunning, Stress-Relieving Patterns for Adults

by Emily Wallis Ulysses Press (August 22, 2016)

ATTAIN FOCUS, CLARITY AND PEACE BY CAREFULLY PROCEEDING FROM DOT TO DOT THROUGH THESE INTRICATE PATTERNS

As you progress from one numbered dot to the next, you clear your mind of other thoughts, much like you...


Go Fundamentals: Everything You Need to Know to Play and Win Asian's Most Popular Game of Martial Strategy

by Shigemi Kishikawa & John Fairbairn Tuttle Publishing (December 20, 2011)

Go Fundamentals is the easy-to-follow guidebook explaining the fundamental principles of the ancient Asian game of Go, the oldest game in the world.

Go is a game played by two contestants. The game is played...


Shogi Japan's Game of Strategy

by Trevor Leggett Tuttle Publishing (December 20, 2011)

Master the game of Japanese Chess—or shogi with this easy to follow shogi guide.

The game of shogi is a chess-like game of strategy long played in Japan. This book is the ultimate strategy guide on shogi for...


The Complete Book of Mah Jongg: An Illustrated Guide to the Asian, American and International Styles of Play

by Amy Lo Tuttle Publishing (January 26, 2016)

Master the exhilarating game of Mahjong with this introductory guide.

Originally played with cards, and then pieces carved from ivory or bamboo, the Chinese game of Mahjong or "Mah Jongg" is well over a thousand...


Chess Variations: Ancient, Regional, and Modern

by John Gollon Tuttle Publishing (June 01, 1974)

Learn the many varieties of chess the world over with this concise chess guide.

Chess Variations is a must for all chess enthusiasts and an outstanding book which promises many hours of pleasurable entertainment...


The Civilized Guide to Tabletop Gaming

by Teri Litorco Adams Media (November 04, 2016)

Don't Be a Beardy Gamer

"A very funny and useful read on its own, but it also makes a great gift for that sore loser in your life." --The New York Times

"An indispensable, laugh-out-loud guide to the pitfalls...


The Theory and Practice of GO

by Oscar Korschelt, Samuel P. King & George G. Leckie Tuttle Publishing (July 15, 1990)

Of important historical notoriety, this Go guide is a must-have for enthusiasts of this ancient Asian strategy game

Oscar Korschelt's treatise on the game of Go was the first published at the end of the nineteenth...


Scrabble Secrets (Collins Little Books)

by Mark Nyman Collins (September 08, 2016)

IInside the covers of this little book lie the secrets of Britain’s first Scrabble World Champion and World Scrabble Championship 2016 runner-up Mark Nyman.

Updated based on the revised wordlist officially...


Winning Go: Successful Moves from the Opening to the Endgame

by Richard Bozulich & Peter Shotwell Tuttle Publishing (June 28, 2011)

Master the game of Go with this expert guide.

Go is a two player board game that first originated in ancient China but is also very popular in Japan and Korea. There is significant strategy and philosophy involved...


Mah Jong for Beginners: Based on the Rules and Regulations of the Mah Jong Association of Japan

by Shozo Kanai & Margaret Farrell Tuttle Publishing (December 15, 1989)

Mah Jong for Beginners is one of the first books to explain the game to English language readers. It remains a classic, both for its authenticity and clarity, and as a wonderful introduction for anyone who wants...


101 Ways to Win at Scrabble (Collins Little Books)

by Barry Grossman Collins (November 28, 2013)

Inside this little book one of Britain’s top Scrabble players reveals his top tips for all day, everyday Scrabble success.

We all want to get one over on our friends and family on the Scrabble board. Most...