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Attacking Manual 2 uploaded (finally)

December 31st, 2009 15 comments

Here, on New Year’s eve, I have finally uploaded Attacking Manual 2 to the printer. It will thus hopefully be ready for shipping from our warehouse from the 20th of January. I have uploaded the first 15 of the 464 pages as an excerpt. I will put it on the main site and so on, when I return to the office on the 5th. You can find the excerpt here.

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Attacking Manual 1+2, Boost your Chess 1 and GM Rep 2 release dates (finally)

December 18th, 2009 22 comments

We are working very hard. We have finished Attacking Manual 2 and only need to perform a final proofread before it goes to the printer. No problems with the 13th January publication date, last time I checked with them. We will also be sending two classics, My System and Questions of Modern Chess Theory for reprint in the near future. The same goes for Build up your Chess 2, which had run out. In that connection I should say that Boost your Chess 1 has been typeset and that only proofreading and correcting commas remains. It is on schedule for the 27th January publication, but would be pushed back 1-2 weeks, should we not be able to finish GM2 in time.

Because it is of course Boris Avrukh’s follow-up to his first 1.d4 repertoire, Grandmaster Repertoire 2 – 1.d4 volume 2, where he will consider all other replies than 1…d5, which everyone is always asking about. It has been more than one year in the making, but the author is in good shape still, and has sent the final update (last week). As Boris is not a fluent English speaker, time is pressing on GM John Shaw to make it all sound beautiful. The 27th January is still possible, but it might be sharp. It requires that we hand in the book the 8th of January to the printer, a time where some of us are still hung over… Read more…

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Yusupov in action

December 15th, 2009 1 comment

We enjoy hearing from chessplayers who study our books and feel the benefit. The photo below shows players from the Sachovy Klub Lipa in a pub in the Czech Republic working hard on Artur Yusupov’s Build up your Chess 2. At least I assume they are working hard.

Yusupov-in-action

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