PAPATOETOE CHESS CLUB LIBRARY

Beginners/Basics

Beginning Chess

Pandolfini

Chess Endgames for Kids

Müller

Chess for Children

Chandler/Milligan

Chess for Kids and Parents

Brunthaler

Chess Openings for Kids (2)

Watson/Burgess

Chess Puzzles for Kids (3)

Chandler

Chess Tactics for Kids (2)

Chandler

How to Beat Your Dad at Chess (2)

Chandler 

Usborne Guide to Advanced Chess, The

Norwood

Usborne Guide to Playing Chess, The

Caldwell

 

Technique/Tactics

1001 Deadly Checkmates

Nunn

101 Chess Opening Traps

Giddins

101 Tips to Improve Your Chess

Kosten

40 Lessons for the Club Player

Kostyev

64 Things You Need to Know in Chess

Walker

An Active Repetoire for Black

Marovic

An Active Repetoire for Black (2nd copy)

Marovic

An Opening Repetoire for Black

Marovic/Parma

An Opening Repetoire for the Attacking Player

Keene/Levy

An Opening Repetoire for White

Keene

Art of Attack in Chess

Vukovic

Art of Chess, The – Flame of Attack

Aptekar

Art of Chess, The – Power of Tactics

Aptekar

Art of Chess, The – Wisdom in Strategy

Aptekar

Chess – The Mechanics of the Mind

Pfleger/Treppner

Chess for Zebras

Rowson

Chess Tactics

Kotov

Development of Chess Style, The

Euwe/Nunn

Evolution of Chess Opening Theory, The

Keene

Giant Chess Puzzle Book, The

Franco

Grandmaster Chess Move by Move

Nunn

How to Be a “Class A” Player

Dunne

How to Reassess Your Chess (2nd Edit.)

Silman

How to Reassess Your Chess (3rd Edit.)

Silman

Ideas Behind Chess Openings, The

Fine

Improve Your Chess Now

Tisdall

Improve Your Chess Results

Zak

Inner Game of Chess, The

Soltis

Learn Chess Tactics

Nunn

Modern Chess Tactics

Pachman

Opening Preparation

Dvoretsky/Yusupov

Openings for the Club Player

Harding/Barden

Play Like a Girl!  Tactics by 9 Queens

Shahade

Play Winning Chess

Seirawan

Principles of the New Chess

Pandolfini

Reassess Your Chess Workbook, The

Silman

Tactical Chess Exchanges

Nesis

Technique for the Tournament Player

Dvoretsky/Yusupov

Test Your Chess Piece Power

Walker

Understanding Chess Move by Move

Nunn

Understanding Your Chess

Rizzitano

Wisdom in Chess

Aptekar

Your Move!

Neishtadt

 

Middle Game/Strategy

C J S Purdy’s Fine Art of Chess Annotation & Other Thoughts

Tykodi

Chess Exchanges

Taulbut/Jones

Chess the Art of Logical Thinking

McDonald

Closed Openings in Action, The

Karpov

How Chessmasters Think

Schmidt

Open Game in Action, The

Karpov

Plan Like a Grandmaster

Suetin

Positional Chess

Taulbut

Positional Chess Handbook

Gelfer

Positional Play

Dvoretsky/Yusupov

Semi Closed Openings in Action, The (2)

Karpov

Strategic Chess Mastering the Closed Game

Mednis

System, The

Berliner

Winning Pawn Structures

Baburin

 

Endgame

Batsford Chess Endings

Speelman/Tisdall/Wade

Capablanca’s Best Endings

Chernev

Chess Endgame Training

Rosen                                            

Chess Endings Made Simple

Snape

Exchanging to Win in the Endgame

Nesis

Exploring the Endgame

Griffiths

Pawn Endings

Cvetkov

Practical Chess Endings

Keres

Practical Rook Endings

Mednis

Queen and Pawn Endings

Averbakh

Rate Your Endgame

Mednis/Crouch

Rook Endings

Levenfish/Smyslov

Secrets of Minor – Piece Endings

Nunn

Test Your Endgame Ability

Livshits/Speelman

 

Players/Games

Achieving the Aim

Botvinnik

Bobby Fischer Complete Games of the American World Champion

Hays

Chess is My Life

Korchnoi

Chess Skills

Short

Eduard Gufeld’s Notes on Kasparov – Karpov

Seville 1987

Gufeld

Fighting Chess My Games & Career

Kasparov

Fighting Chess, Games & Career

Kasparov/Wade

Fischer – Spassky II

Keene

Fischer v Spassky The Chess Match of the Century

Gligoric

Games of Robert J Fischer, The

Wade/O’Connell

Garry Kasparov’s Fighting Chess

Kasparov/Speelman/Wade

Karpov – Korchnoi 1974

Hartson/Keene

Kasparov – Korchnoi the London Contest

Keene/Lawson

Kasparov London – Leningrad Championship Games

Kasparov

Kasparov v Short 1987

Keene

Kasparov’s Chess Openings

Borik

Kasparov’s Opening Repertoire

Shamkovich/Schiller

Korchnoi’s Chess Games

Levy/O’Connell

Moscow Marathon – World Chess Ch. 1984/85

Speelman/Tisdall

Murder by Kasparov, Karpov and Co.

Thessaloniki 1988

Tournament Chess

Selected Games 1967 – 1970

Botvinnik

Tal Botvinnik 1960

Tal

Vishy Anand:  My Best Games of Chess

Anand

World Chess Ch. 1986 (Karpov – Kasparov)

Aaron

 

Openings

Double King Pawn Openings 1. e4 e5

Winning with the Bishop’s Opening

Lane

Elephant Gambit

Jansen/Purser/Pape

Four Knights, The

Nunn

New Ideas in the Four Knights

Nunn

Winning with the King’s Gambit (2)

Gallagher

500 King’s Gambit Miniatures

Wall

Latvian Gambit, The

Kostin

Petroff Defence, The

Forintos/Haag

Petroff, The

Janjgava

Winning with the Philidor

Kostin

Romantic Chess Openings

Zagorovsky

Ruy Lopez for the Tournament Player, The

Lane

Ruy Lopez, The – Breyer System

Blackstock

How to Play the Scotch Gambit

Schiller

Winning with the Scotch

Lane

Complete Spanish, The

Suetin

Open Spanish, The

Krasenkov

Complete Vienna, The

Tseitlin/Glazkov

 

Semi-Open Games 1. e4

Alekhine for the Tournament Player, The

Alburt/Schiller

Alekhine’s Defence The Four Pawns Attack

Christiansen/Raingruber/ Joseph

Bronstein Ljubojevic Variation Alekhine’s Defence

4 Pawn’s Attack

Thinker’s Press

Complete Alekhine, The

Burgess

Caro Kann Defence, The

Keene/Taulbut

How to Play the Caro Kann Defence

Keene/Taulbut

New Ideas in the Caro Kann Defence

Speelman

Play the Caro Kann

Varnusz

Trends Caro Kann Panov – Botvinnik Vol. 2

Arkell

500 French Miniatures

Wall

Beating the French (2)

Lane

Beating the French Defense – With the

Advance Variation

Soltis

Classical French, The

Harding

Classical French, The

Harding

French Defence

Suetin

French Defence Advance Variation

Nikolic

French Defence, The

Short

French:Advance and Other Lines

Pedersen

How to Play the French Defence

Taulbut

Mastering the French

McDonald/Harley

Modern French Tarrasch

Gufeld

Play the French

Watson

Tactics in the French

Nesis

The Complete French

Psakhis

Winning with the French

Uhlmann

Rat, The New Ideas (Modern Defence Non-Averbakh)

Schiller

Pirc Defence, The

Nunn

Pirc for the Tournament Player, The

Nunn

New Ideas in the Pirc

Nunn

Developments in the Pirc and Modern Systems 1984-87

Davis

Winning with the Scandinavian

Harman/Taulbut

500 Sicilian Miniatures

Wall

Accelerated Dragon

Donaldson/Silman

Accelerated Dragon – Trends

Kristensen

Beating the Anti – Sicilians

Gallagher

Beating the Sicilian

Nunn

Beating the Sicilian 2

Nunn

Beating the Sicilian 3

Nunn/Gallagher

c3 Sicilian, The

Lane

Complete c3 Sicilian, The

Chandler

Complete Richter – Rauzer, The

Wells/Osnos

Developments in the Keres Attack 1981-86

Wade/Smart

Developments in the Sicilian 1985-88

Gallagher

Dragon Classical & Levenfish Variation (2)

Sapi/Schneider

Dragon, The Vol. 1

Jones

Dragon, The Vol. 2

Jones

Grand Prix Attack Attacking the Sicilian Defense with 2 f4

Smith/Hall

Grand Prix Attack: f4 Against the Sicilian

Hodgson/Day

Mastering the Najdorf

Arizmendi/Moreno

New Ideas in the Sveshnikov Sicilian

Neverov/Marusenko

Sicilian –  Sveshnikov Variation

Adorjan/Horvath

Sicilian 2 c3

Chandler

Sicilian Defence – Velimirovic Attack

Leverett

Sicilian Dragon: Classical and Levenfish Variations (2)

Sapi/Schneider

Sicilian for the Tournament Player, The

Gufeld

Sicilian Pelikan, The

Sveshnikov

Sicilian Sozin, The

Harding/Botterill/Kottnauer

Sicilian: …e6 and … d6 Systems

Kasparov/Nikitin

Trends Accelerated Dragon

Kristensen

Trends in the Sicilian Najdorf Vol. 2

Gallagher

Trends in the Sveshnikov Vol. 2

Gallagher

Trends Sicilian – Scheveningen with 0-0

King

Trends Sicilian – Scheveningen with 0-0-0

King

Winning with the Closed Sicilian

Lane

Winning with the Dragon

Ward

Winning with the Fischer Sozin

Lane

Winning with the Kalashnikov

McDonald

Winning with the Kan

Mortazavi

Winning with the Sicilian

Taimanov

Winning with the Smith – Morra Gambit

Burgess

 

Double Queen Pawn Openings 1. d4 d5

4. Nc3 Gambit in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted & Slav

Watson

Chigorin Defence, The

 Dunnington

Chigorin Queen’s Gambit, The

Dunnington

New Ideas in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted

Flear

Play the Queen’s Gambit

Marovic

Queen’s Gambit – Tartakower System

Konikowski

Queen’s Gambit & Catalan for Black

Janjgava

Queen’s Gambit Accepted

Gufeld

Queen’s Gambit Declined

Sadler

Queen’s Gambit for the Attacking Player, The

Burgess/Pedersen

Queen’s Gambit Orthodox Defence

Polugayevsky

Complete Semi-Slav, The

Wells

Play the Noteboom (Slav Defence Variation)

Werf/Vorm

Slav for the tournament player, The

Flear

Winning with the Slav

Markov/Schipkov

 

Other Queen’s Pawn Openings 1. d4

Blackmar-Diemer Gambit

Lane

Budapest for the Tournament Player, The

Tseitlin/Glaskov

Colle, London & Blackmar-Diemer Systems

Harding

Winning with the Colle System

Smith/Hall

Contemporary Anti-Dutch

Martin

Leningrad Dutch, The

Ehlvest

Winning with the Dutch

Bellin

Winning with the Torre Attack

Gufeld/Stetsko

Trompowski Opening and Torre Attack

Bellin

 

Indian Openings 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 ….

Complete Benko Gambit, The

Fedorowicz

Benko Gambit, The

Walton

Play the Benko Gambit (2)

Ravikumar

Winning with the Benko

Jacobs

Trends Benko Gambit

Jacobs

Benoni for the Tournament Player, The (2)

Nunn

Complete Benoni, The

Psakhis

Developments in the Modern Benoni

Norwood

Mastering the Modern Benoni and Benko

Bellin/Ponzetto

Modern Benoni, The

Franco

Modern Benoni, The

Norwood

Taimanov and Knight’s Tour – Benoni

Watson

Blumenfeld Gambit, The

Przewoznik/Pein

Play the Bogo-Indian

Taulbut

Guide to the Bogo-Indian, The

Pedersen

Catalan Opening

Moiseyov/Ravinsky

Play the Catalan Vol. 1 Open Variation

Neishtadt

Play the Catalan Vol. 2 Closed Variation

Neishtadt

Queen’s Gambit & Catalan for Black

Janjgava

Understanding the Grünfeld

Rowson

Developments in the Grünfeld 1985-87

Pein

Gruenfeld Defence – Russian Variations

Schiller

Classical King’s Indian, The

Nunn

Complete King’s Indian, The

Keene/Jacobs

Fianchetto King’s Indian, The

McNab

Kasparov on the King’s Indian

Kasparov/Keene

King’s Indian Defence Averbakh Variation

Petursson

King’s Indian Defence-Tactics Ideas Exercises

Minev

King’s Indian for the Attacking Player, The

Burgess

Main Line King’s Indian, The

Nunn/Burgess

Mastering the King’s Indian Defence

Bellin/Ponzetto

New Classical King’s Indian, The (2)

Nunn/Burgess

Play the King’s Indian Defence

Marovic

Sämisch King’s Indian, The

Gallagher

Tactics in the King’s Indian

Nesis

Winning with the King’s Indian

Gufeld

Winning with the King’s Indian

Martin

Developments in the Nimzo-Indian

Martin

How to Play the Nimzo-Indian Defence

Keene/Taulbut

Mastering the Nimzo-Indian

Kosten

New Ideas in the Nimzo-Indian Defence

Kosten

Nimzo-Indian 4. Qc2

Dlugy

Nimzo-Indian Defence Classical Variation

Sokolov

Nimzo-Indian Defence, The

Gligoric

Nimzo-Indian Defence, The

Keene/Taulbut

Winning with the Nimzo-Indian

Keene

Complete Queen’s Indian, The

Geller

Queen’s Indian, The

Yrjölä/Tella

Winning with the Queen’s Indian

Ribli/Kallai

 

Flank Openings 1. c4, 1. Nf3, 1. b3 etc.

Play Anti-Indian Systems

Varnusz

Dynamic Chess Openings

Keene

Dynamic English, The

Kosten

English Defence…e6…b6…Bb7

Keene/Plaskett/Tisdall

English Opening – Classical & Indian

Bagirov

English Opening – Symmetrical

Bagirov

English Opening, The

Franco

Winning with the English

Ribli/Kallai

Tactical Grob, The

Bloodgood

Irregular Openings for the 1990’s

Harding

King’s Indian Attack, The

Dunnington

Larsen’s Opening

Wall

Unorthodox Openings

Benjamin/Schiller

 

Openings General

Mastering the Chess Openings Vol. 4

Watson

Understanding the Chess Openings

Collins

Opening Ideas and Analysis for Advanced Players Vol. 1

Soltis

Opening Ideas and Analysis for Advanced Players Vol. 2

Soltis

Batsford Chess Openings

Kasparov/Keene

Batsford Chess Openings – 2

Kasparov/Keene

Batsford’s Modern Chess Openings (14th Edit.) (2)

de Firmian

Batsford Chess Endings

Speelman/Tisdall/Wade

New Chess Player, The

Various contributors

Opening Repertoire for White, An

Keene

Beating the Flank Openings

Kotronias

Opening Repertoire for Black, An

Marovic/Parma

Active Repertoire for Black, An (2)

Marovic

Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Player, An

Keene/Levy

Openings for the Club Player

Harding/Barden

101 Chess Opening Traps

Giddins

Ideas Behind the Chess Openings, The

Fine

Evolution of Chess Opening Theory, The

Keene

Open Game in Action, The

Karpov

 

 MISSING BOOKS

60 Memorable Games

Fischer

Anatoly Karpov – the New King

Byrne

Bobby Fischer

Brady

Chess College 3 – Technique

Grivas

Nigel Short’s Chess Skills

Short

White to Play e4 and Win

Schiller

Perfect Your Chess

Volokitin/Grabinsky

Petrosian’s Best Games of Chess 1946 – 1963

Clarke

Semi Open Game in Action, The (2nd copy)

Karpov

Warriors of the Mind

 

 

Openings

500 Queen’s Gambit – Miniatures

Wall

Bronstein on the King’s Indian

Bronstein

Closed Ruy Lopez, The

Wade/Blackstock/Booth

Complete Grunfeld, The

Suetin

Complete Najdorf 6. Bg5, The

Nunn

Complete Najdorf Modern Lines, The

Nunn/Gallagher

Complete Pirc, The

Nunn

Dutch Defence

Christiansen/Silman

Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings – Vol A

 

Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings – Vol B

 

Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings – Vol C

 

Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings – Vol D

 

Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings – Vol E

 

Encyclopaedia of Chess, The

 

English Opening, The

Cafferty

Giuoco Piano

Gufeld/Stetsko

King’s Gambit

Gallagher

Mastering the Spanish

King/Ponzetto

Modern Chess Openings – 13th Edit.

Korn/Firmian

Play the Nimzo-Indian Defence

Gligoric

Queen’s Gambit Declined – Bg5 Systems

Bogdan/Lalic

Sicilian – Anti Taimanov

Wahls

Two Knights

Estrin

Winning with the Modern

Norwood

Winning with the Najdorf

King

 

 

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