Chess Praxis by Aron Nimzowitsch

"Chess Praxis" is the fullest exposition of Nimzovich's new analysis and theories, and it is beyond question one of the dozen most important books ever written about chess. The development of the author's ideas is both rich and extremely clear. Each possible maneuver situation is illustrated by at least two games, showing Nimzovich's surprising resources against other chess masters. 135 diagrams. 1 photo.

Monopoly Tycoon: Official Strategy Guide

If you've ever played the classic Monopoly board game and found yourself stranded helplessly before a stretch of hotels on Board Walk and Park Place, while owning only shoddy green houses on Baltic and Mediterranean, you know why you need this strategy guide. Your favorite board game has grown up, and Monopoly City: Prima's Official Strategy Guide is ready to help you take revenge on those childhood memories of hopeless board game po...

Learn from the Legends: Chess Champions at Their Best by Mihail Marin

In this ambitious work, chess Grandmaster Mihail Marin examines and explains the contribution from the chess legends who influenced him strongly in his own development. This personal and sympathetic journey into the best chess of yesterday is guaranteed to help the readers in their games. As we all know: those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.  

Game Sound

A distinguishing feature of video games is their interactivity, and sound plays an important role in this: a player's actions can trigger dialogue, sound effects, ambient sound, and music. And yet game sound has been neglected in the growing literature on game studies. This book fills that gap, introducing readers to the many complex aspects of game audio, from its development in early games to theoretical discussions of immersion an...

The Complete Pirc by John Nunn

A complete survey of the modern Pirc defence, whereby Black tempts White to build up a big pawn centre which then becomes the target for counter-attack, this is written by John Nunn, a Grandmaster ranked tenth in the world and author of several books on chess.

Game Boy World: 1989: A History of Nintendo Game Boy, Vol. I

Note: This XL Edition of the book contains the same content as the previous edition of Game Boy World 1989, resized to a larger format for consistency with future volumes in the series. Printed in black and white. While Nintendo's Game Boy outsold every other game system of the 20th century, historians rarely discuss the system in depth. Game Boy World is an attempt to archive and analyze the system and its library in depth. This fir...

Opening Repertoire for Black by Drazen Marovic

Out of Print Extremely RARE 1986 FIRST American Edition Hardback from Arco Publications, New York, NY * Collectable Like New * Pages MINT, binding MINT. Not a remainder or ex-library. * The purchase of this item also qualifies you to receive a FREE 'Thank you' Gift from LabateChessPlus. * Purchase (2) two or more individually listed items here on Amazon, and I will upgrade your USA shipping to Priority Mail (2-3 days delivery estimat...