The Mammoth Book of the World's Greatest Chess Games: New edn

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Little, Brown Book Group, Sep 30, 2010 - Games & Activities - 704 pages

Improve your chess by studying the greatest games of all time, from Adolf Anderssen's 'Immortal Game' to Anand versus Kramnik 2008, and featuring a foreword by World Champion Vishy Anand.

The 125 greatest chess games of all time, selected, analysed, re-evaluated and explained by a team of British experts and illustrated with over 1,000 chess diagrams. Join the authors in studying these games, the cream of two centuries of international chess, and develop your own chess-playing skills - whatever your current standard. Instructive points at the end of each game highlight the lessons to be learned.

First published in 1998, a second edition of The Mammoth Book of the World's Greatest Chess Games in 2004 included an additional 12 games. This edition includes a further 13 games as well as some significant revisions to the analysis and information regarding other games in earlier editions of the book, facilitated by the use of a variety of chess software.

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About the author (2010)

Graham Burgess (Author)
GRAHAM BURGESS has written thirty chess books, including three on opening play aimed at young readers. He is a FIDE Master and a former champion of the Danish region of Funen, and in 1994 set a world record for marathon blitz chess playing. His Mammoth Book of Chess won the prestigious British Chess Federation Book of the Year Award.

John Nunn (Author)
DR JOHN NUNN is one of the best-respected figures in world chess. He was among the world's leading grandmasters for nearly twenty years and won four gold medals at chess Olympiads. In 2004, 2007 and 2010, Nunn was crowned World Chess Solving Champion, ahead of many former champions. In 2011, his two-volume work Nunn's Chess Endings won the English Chess Federation Book of the Year Award.

John Emms (Author)
JOHN EMMS is a grandmaster from England. He finished equal first in the 1997 British Championship and is an experienced chess coach and writer, who was chess columnist of the Young Telegraph (London).

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