Here’s a list of 10 Books About Chess That Every Chess Player Should Read.
This chess classic by the ‘Stormy Petrel’ of the chess world combines wit and irrefutable genius to craft a chess theory unlike any other.
As this title aptly describes, this book is perfect for players just easing into the game.
Now a major Netflix series, this historical fiction delves into the life of Beth Harmon, the chess genius.
This one is for the advance players – it might be a little difficult to get through. But don’t let that discourage you – it’s one hell of a ride.
Chess is not for impulsive people. It is a game that the players must invest time and mental efforts in, because it needs to be well thought out.
The checkmate is the vital victorious move in chess – and one that has been subject to vast analysis.
Fischer is one of the best chess players the world has seen, and in this memoir he offers a player’s perspective on 60 of his best ones.
Chess, like all games, has evolved over the years, and old strategies may not necessarily apply now.
This book is a chess classic as well as a practical training guidebook of sorts for chess players.
For beginners to the game plan, Stean offers a guide that doubles as an encyclopaedia of information about chess.