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no. ‘–¼ ’˜ŽÒ ‰ðà Š§s”N ”—Ê ‰¿Ši
‚P The brilliant touch inchess WALTER KORN DOVER NEWYORK 240DIAGRAMS SƒJƒoA5”»101•Å 1966 4000
‚Q My Chess Career J.R.Capablanca Dover,USAC35games,A5”»192•Å•\Ž†ËÞƺ°ÃƒBݸޏ­‰˜‚êÔ­‘“ü—LA’ö“x‰Â 1966 2500
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‚S POWER@CHESS@@great grandmaster battles from russia PAUL@KERES D‚l@printed USA, B6”»281•ÅSƒJƒo 1991 4000
‚T Vishy@Anand@My@‚a‚…‚“‚”@‚f‚‚‚…‚“@‚‚†@‚b‚ˆ‚…‚“‚“ VishyAnand GAMBIT@‚‰‚Ž@EnglandA‚S‚O‚‡‚‚‚…‚“CA5”»239•Å‚rƒJƒo 1988 6000
‚U TIGRAN@PETROSIAN|‚l‚‚“‚”‚…‚’@‚‚†@Difence@ PDHDCLARKE ‚a‚‚”‚“‚†‚‚’‚„,‚k‚‚Ž‚„‚‚ŽC60‚f‚‚‚…‚“@‚`5”»205•Å‚rƒJƒo 1964 3500
‚V ‚s‚ˆ‚…@Unknown@Capablanca HooperCBrandreth ‚a‚‚”‚“‚†‚‚’‚„,‚k‚‚Ž‚„‚‚ŽC208GamesA5”»201•ÅHƒJƒo@ 1975 2500
‚W ‚s‚ˆ‚…@‚f‚‚‚…@‚‚†@‚b‚ˆ‚…‚“‚“ HDGolombek penguin handbookC263•ÅS 1974 1500
‚X CHESS@MASTERY@by question and answer FRED@REINFEID COLLIER-MACMILLAN,‚k‚‚Ž‚„‚‚Ž‚P‚U‚‚‚“‚”‚…‚’‚‡‚‚‚…‚“ paperbacks 1972 2000
10 PAEN@POWER@‚h‚m@CHESS HANS@KMOCH ‚c‚l,‚m‚…‚—‚x‚‚’‚‹C‚‚‚‚…‚’backs304•Å 1959 2000
11 RUBINSTEIN'S@‚b‚ˆ‚…‚“‚“@Masterprieces@100Selected@Games HANS@KMOCH DOVER,‚m‚…‚—‚x‚‚’‚‹C‚`5”»192•Å•\Ž†ƒrƒj[ƒ‹ƒR[ƒeƒBƒ“ƒO—LA­‰˜ 1941 ‚Q‚T‚O‚O
12 THE@POLGAR@SISTERS Cathy@Forbes Batsford,‚k‚‚Ž‚„‚‚ŽC‚s‚ˆ‚… Games@and@Careers@of@‚”‚ˆ‚…@‚o‚‚Œ‚‡‚‚’@SistrsCA5”»177•Å•\Ž†ƒrƒjƒR[ƒeƒBƒ“ƒO—L­‰˜ 1992 4000
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14 THE@COMPLETE@CHESS@ADDICT Mike@FoxCRichardJames ‚†‚‚‚‚…‚’•‚†‚‚‚‚…‚’,‚k‚‚Ž‚„‚‚ŽCA5”»264•ÅSƒJƒo 1987 5000
15 Modern chess@Strategy EDWARD@LASKER Bell,LondonCA5”»216•ÅHA­‰˜ 1973 3000
16 HOW@GOOD@IS@YOUR@CHESSH Leonard@Barden DOVER,‚m‚…‚—‚x‚‚’‚‹C35gamesCA5”»112•ÅSƒJƒo 1957 500
17 ‚b‚ˆ‚…‚“‚“@‚‰‚Ž@‚”‚ˆ‚…@Eighties BronsteinC‚r‚‚‚Œ‚™‚‚Ž PERGAMON,A5”»HƒJƒo115•Å 1982 5000
18 Train@Like ‚@Grandmaster Alexander@‚‹‚‚”‚‚– Batsford,LondonC‚“‚”‚•‚„‚™@and@‚“‚ƒ‚ˆ‚‚‚ŒCA5”»124•ÅC­‰˜ 1981 2500
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20 FIFTY@CHESS@MASTER|PIECES@1941-1944 REUBEN@FINE DOVER,USACA5”»217•ÅSA50games,­‰˜ 1977 3500
21 WANDERS@AND@CURIOSITIES@OF@CHESS IRVING@CHERNEV DOVER,USACA5”»203•Å•\Ž†ƒLƒY¬Œû­‰˜—LA357‚‡‚‚‚…‚“ 1974 4000
22 CHESS@SECRETS@ILEA|RNED@FROMTHEMASTERS EDWARD@LASKER DOVER,USACA5”»428•Å‚rA•\Ž†‚Ə¬Œû‚ɏ­‰˜A78‚‡‚‚‚…‚“ 1969 7000
23 FISCHER@‚–‚“.@SPASSKY@world chess championship match 1972 Svetzar@Cligoric simon and schuster,USACA5”»127•Å‚rA20games,­‰˜—L 1972 2000
24 The@World'S@Chess@Championship,1937 ADADALEKHINE DOVER,USACA5”»203•Å‚rA­‰˜A30games 1973 5000
25 The Book of The London International Chess Congress 1922 ‚vD‚gD‚v‚‚”‚”‚“ DOVER,USAC125gamesAA5”»126•Å‚rƒJƒoA¬Œû­‰˜ 1924 2000
26 Tal's@best@Games@of@Chess PDHD‚b‚Œ‚‚’‚‹‚… Bell,LondonC50games, A5”»192•ÅHƒJƒo,ƒJƒo‚ɏ­ƒLƒY 1973 5000
27 CHESS and CHESS|MASTERS STAHLBERGCGOLOMBERK Bell,LondonC44gamesCB6”»128•ÅHƒJƒoAƒ„ƒP‰˜—L 1955 3000
28 100MASTERS Games OF MODERN CHESS TARTAKOWER DUMONT DOVER,USA,‚r•\Ž†ƒrƒj[ƒ‹ƒR[ƒ`ƒ“ƒO¬Œû­‰˜—LA 1975 2800
29 Play Like a Grandmaster@ Alexander Kotov Batsford,LondonC221•ÅS•\Ž†‚Ƀrƒj[ƒ‹ƒR[ƒ`ƒ“ƒO¬Œû­‰˜ 1978 2000
30 107great@CHESS BATTLES 1939-1945 Alexander ‚`‚Œ‚…‚‹‚ˆ‚‰‚Ž‚… DOVERAUSAC107games,‚`5”»256•Å‚r¬Œû‚ɏ­‰˜‚ ‚ê‚Ç”ü 1992 1000
31 The Search For Chess Perfection C.J.S.Purdy Thinkerfs‚o‚’‚…‚“‚“,‚`5”»309•Å‚rƒrƒj[ƒ‹ƒR[ƒ`ƒ“ƒO—L”ü 4500
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33 MODERN IDEAS IN CHESS RICHERD RETI Dover,USAC45games,A5”»181•ÅS•\Ž†ƒrƒjƒR[ƒ`ƒ“ƒO­‰˜‰Â 1960 2000
34 KARL MARX PLAYS CHESS
and other reports on the world's oldest game
ANDREW SOLTIS ‚c‚l,USAC‚a6”»305•Å‚rA•\Ž†ƒrƒjƒR[ƒ`ƒ“ƒOA¬Œû­‰˜—L—Ç 1991 3000
37 CHESS OPENINGS
theory and practice
‡TDADHorowitz FABER¤LondonCB5”»789•ÅH¶ÊޕtA¶Êޏ¬Œû‰˜­‘“ü—L 1964 5000


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