Friday, August 27, 2021

Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship: September 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30

5-Round Swiss in one Section.
Game/100;d5. USCF Rated. EF: $10.00. (One ½ Point Bye
Available for any round (except round five) if requested at least 2-
days prior to round). TD is Wainscott; ATD is Grochowski. 

Masks are required for players and spectators.

Friday, August 13, 2021

44th Annual Green Bay Open, Sept 4 & 5

44th Annual Green Bay Open, Sept 4 & 5 

REGISTRATION: Use form provided on back of flyer, if possible. Late registrations will be accepted at the playing site from 8:45 -9:25 am. The TD reserves the right to accept or reject any entries after this time! Send Advance registrations to: Luke Ludwig, 2191 Allouez Ave, (Phone (920) 465-9859) Green Bay, WI54311 Email: lukealudwig@aol.com Or register online at: https://www.kingregistration.com/register/GBO44 $55 if rec’d by the TD by September 1. Note: Payment must be rec’d by this date to qualify for these fees! All entries rec’d after September 1 are $10 more, including online, phone, and email.  

SCHEDULE: 5 Round Swiss. Rounds:10:00 AM, 2:30 PM, 7:30 PM (Sat) and10:00 AM & 3:15 PM (Sun). Time Control: 40/90, SD/1 d5 (from onset). ½ point bye available in rounds1, 2, or 3 if requested w/entry. Boards and sets provided, please bring clocks.  

PRIZES: $1800 Cash + 6 Trophies. Top Two Prizes Guaranteed! (Class Prizes based on a minimum of 6 players/class)1st Place -$400 + Trophy; 2nd Place -$225; 1900, 1800 each $140; 1700, 1600 each $135; 1500, 1400 each $130; 1300, 1200 each $125; Under 1200/Unrated $115; Trophies to Top Juniors –Ages 17-18, 15-16, 13-14, 11-12, 10 & under.  

PLAYING SITE & ACCOMMODATIONS: Radisson Hotel & Conference Center2040 Airport Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313, Phone: (920) 494-7300 The Radisson is located across from Austin Straubel Airport on Green Bay’s far west side. $99 single or double. When registering, please mention the chess tournament. Please call early as the room block will be held until only August 27. 

 Face masks will be required, for players and spectators.

FLYER

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Running from Rickets Swiss: August 5, 12, 19, 26 -- in-person chess resumes at Hales Corners Village Hall !

We are resuming in-person chess on August 5th at our normal location, the Hales Corners Village Hall.  Doors open at 6:00 pm.  Tournament games begin at 7:00 pm.  Please come early to register!

Face masks will be required, for players and spectators. 

4-Round Swiss in Two Sections (Open and U1600). Game/100;d5. 

USCF Rated. EF: $10.00. 

(One ½ Point Bye Available for any round (except round four) if requested at least 2-days prior to round). 

TD is Chris Wainscott; ATD is Robin Grochowski

Monday, July 26, 2021

In-person chess resumes August 5 - Hales Corners Village Hall

We are resuming in-person chess on August 5th at our normal location, the Hales Corners Village Hall.

Face masks will be required, for players and spectators.

 

Here is the detailed schedule:  http://www.southwestchessclub.com/Calendar.pdf

 

A quick view:

 Aug. 5  Running from Rickets Swiss    Rd 1,   G/100;d5  
 Aug. 12  Running from Rickets Swiss    Rd 2,   G/100;d5  
 Aug. 19  Running from Rickets Swiss    Rd 3,   G/100;d5  
 Aug. 26  Running from Rickets Swiss    Rd 4,   G/100;d5  

Sep. 2  Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship –Rd 1 
Sep. 9  Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship –Rd 2  
Sep 16  Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship–Rd 3  
Sep 23  Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship–Rd 4 
Sep 30  Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club Championship–Rd 5 

Oct. 7  Scared by Shingles Swiss    Rd 1,   G/100;d5 
Oct. 14  Scared by Shingles Swiss    Rd 2,   G/100;d5 
Oct. 21  Scared by Shingles Swiss    Rd 3,   G/100;d5 
Oct. 28  Scared by Shingles Swiss    Rd 4,   G/100;d5 

Nov 4-Dec 2 Chased by Chikungunya Swiss – Rds 1-4, G/100;d5 

Saturday, July 17, 2021

Chess Books for Sale by NM Wierzbicki

As a favor to NM Michael Wierzbicki, we are sharing his extensive list of books which he is offering for sale.  He is open to "bundling" a set of books of your choice (e.g. all world champion matches, a particular opening, etc.)

Michael can be reached at wierzbickim (at) ameritech.net

The list:

 

General

 

Abraham, G. (1960). The chess mind. PB

Benko, P., & Hochberg, B. (1991). Winning with chess psychology. PB

Carroll, C. M. (1975). The great chess automaton. PB

Chernev, I. (1960). Chessboard magic. PB

Chess Digest. (1971). Bobby Fischer: His games and openings, 1969 through 1971.  PB

Dickins, A. (1959). A guide to fairy chess. PB

Fine, R. (1961). Psychology of the chess player. PB

Gossip, G. H. D. (1889). Chess.  HC (an instructional book by a famous master from the late-1800s)

Holding, D. H. (1985). The psychology of chess skill. HC

Korn, W. (1978). America’s chess heritage. HC

Krogius, N. (1976).  Psychology in chess. PB

Lasker, Ed. (1962). Chess for fun and chess for blood. PB

Lasker, Ed. (1959). Chess strategy. PB

Lasker, Ed. (1974). Modern chess strategy. PB

Lasker, Em. (1965). Common sense in chess. PB

Pfluger, H., & Treppner, G. (1987). Chess: The mechanics of the mind. PB

Potter, S. (1961). The theory and practice of gamesmanship. PB

Reti, R. (1960). Modern ideas in chess. PB

United States Chess Federation. (1978). Official rules of chess (2nd ed.). PB

White, A. C. (1962). Sam Loyd and his chess problems. PB

 

 

Openings

 

Barden, L., Hartston, W., & Keene, R. D. (1973). The King’s Indian defense. PB

Bellin, R. (1983). Trompowski opening and Torre attack. PB

Botterill, G. S. (19??). Pirc-Robatsch defense. Austrian attack (Vol. 1) PB

Botterill G. S. (19??). Pirc-Robatsch defense. Austrian attack (Vol.2) PB

Botvinnik, M., & Estrin. (1980). The Gruenfeld defense. PB

Burgess, G. (1994). Winning with the Smith-Morra gambit. PB

Carlier, B. (1991). Trends in the Sicilian dragon Yugoslav attach. PB

Chandler, M. (1984). The Tarrasch defense 1983-1984. PB

Eales, R. G., & Williams, A. H. (1973). Alekhine’s defense. HC

Ehlvest, J. (1993). The Leningrad Dutch. PB

Fedorowicz, J. (1990). The complete Benko gambit. PB

Gallagher, J. (1989). Developments in the Sicilian: Sveshnikov, 1985-1988. PB

Gallagher, J. (1994). Beating the anti-Sicilians. PB

Gallagher, J. (1994). Trends in the Sicilian Najdorf, Vol. 2. PB

Geller, Y., et al. (1976). The Najdorf variation: Sicilian defense. PB

Gipslis, A. (1972). Theoretical articles on the latest in the Sicilian defense. PB

Gligoric, S. (1975). The French defense. PB

Gligoric, S. (1985). Play the Nimzo-Indian defense.  PB

Harding, T. D., et al. (1974). The Sicilian Sozin. HC

Hartston, W. R. (1971). The Gruenfeld defense. HC

Chess Digest. (1973). Nimzo-Indian defense.  PB

Chess Digest. (1971). Sicilian defense, accelerated fianchetto. PB

Hort, V. (1979). The modern defense. PB

Hosking, T., & Wade, B. (1988). Developments in the Sicilian Najdorf 1985-1987. PB

Jacobs, B. (1995). Winning with the Benko. PB

Karpov, A. (1988). The semi-open game in action. PB

Karpov, A. (1988). The open game in action. PB

Karpov, A. (1989). The closed openings in action. PB

Karpov, A. (1989). The semi-closed openings in action. PB

Kasparov, G., & Nikitin, A. (1983). Sicilian:  . . . e6 and . . . d6 systems. PB

Keene, R. D. (19??). The hyper-accelerated fianchetto. PB

Keene, R. D. (1977). Nimzovitsch/Larsen attack. PB

Keene, R., et al. (1980). Understanding the Caro-Kann defense. PB

King, D. (1993). Winning with the Najdorf. PB

Kovacs, L. M. (1986). Sicilian: Poisoned pawn variation. PB

Kristensen, B. (1990). Trends in the accelerated dragon. PB

Kuligowski, A. (1988). Developments in the French defense. PB

Lane, G. (1992). Winning with the closed Sicilian. PB

Levy, D. N. L. (1972). The Sicilian dragon. HC

Levy, D. N. L. (1975). Sicilian—Accelerated dragons. HC

Martin, A. (1990). Trends in the French Tarrasch. PB

McCormick, G. H., & Soltis, A. (1981. Bird’s defense to the Ruy Lopez. HC

Moiseyev, O., & Ravinsky, G. (1984). Catalan opening. PB

Norwoord, D. (1987). Developments in the modern Benoni, 1983-1986. PB

Nunn, J. (1980). The Pirc for the tournament player. PB

Nunn, J. (1982). The Benoni for the tournament player. PB

Nunn., J., & Stean, M. (1992). Sicilian defense: Najdorf variation. PB

Psakhis, L. (1995). The complete French. PB

Psakhis, L. (1995). The complete Benoni. PB

Povah, N. (1982). English: Four Knights. PB

Ribli, Z., & Kallai, G. (1987). Winning with the Queen’s Indian. PB

Ribli, Z., & Kallai, G. (1992). Winning with the English. PB

Sapi, L., & Schnieder, A. (1990. Sicilian dragon: Classical and Levenfish variations. PB

Schiller, E. (1986). Sicilian: Modern Richter-Rauzer systems.  PB

Silman, J. (1984). Accelerated dragon. PB

Soltis, A. (1982). Double king’s pawn: A quantitative analysis of the opening. HC

Sveshnikov, E. (1989).  The Sicilian Pelikan. PB

Taimanov, M. (1983). Sicilian: Paulsen. PB

Taulbut, S. (1985). Play the Bogo-Indian. PB

Uhlmann, W. (1995). Winning with the French. PB

Wade, R. G. (1986). Developments in the Benko Gambit, 1981-1986. PB

Wade, R. G., Blackstock, L. S., & Booth, P. J. (1970). The closed Ruy Lopez. HC (signed by GM Robert Hubner—why? I received it as a prize after beating him in a simul)

Wade, C., & Wade, B. (1989). Developments in the Sicilian dragon 1984-1988. PB

Ward, C. (1994). Winning with the dragon. PB

Watson, J. L. (1985). Taimanov and knights tour Benoni. PB

Yudovich, M. (1986). Spanish without . . . a6. PB

 

 

Entertainment

 

Chess life. (1988). The best of Chess Life and Review.  PB

Fox, M., & James, R. (1987. The complete chess addict. PB

Hayden. B. (1960). Cabbage heads and chess kings. HC

Horowitz, I. A. (1969). The golden treasury pf chess. HC

Hunvald, H. (1972). Chess quotations from the masters. HC

Lasker, Ed. (1959). The adventure of chess. PB

Sohl, J. (1973). Underhanded chess. PB

Thomas, A. R. B. (1973). Chess for the love of it. PB

Toller, T. (1966). Chess treasury of the air. PB

 

 

Game Collections

 

Alekhine, A. (1965). My best games of chess, 1908-1923. PB

Alekhine, A. (1965). My best games of chess, 1924-1937. PB

Botvinnik, M. (1960). Botvinnik: One hundred selected games. PB

Brady, F. (1965). Profile of a prodigy. The life and games of Bobby Fischer. PB

Brondum, E. (1978). Bent Larsen—the fighter. HC

Clarke, P. H. (1961). Mikhail Tal’s best games of chess. HC

Denker, A. S. (1981). My best chess games, 1929-1976. PB

Fine, R. (1958). A passion for chess. PB

Fine, R. (1977). Fifty chess masterpieces, 1941-1944. PB

Fischer, B. (1969). My 60 memorable games. PB

Gligoric, S., & Wade, R. G. (1972). The world chess championship. PB

Keres, P. (1972). The complete games of Paul Keres. PB

Karpov, A. (1978). My best games. PB

Kasparov, G. (1986). The test of time. PB

Kasparov, G. (1986). Garry Kasparov: New world chess champion PB

Korchnoi, V. (1977). Chess is my life. PB

Marshall, F. J. (1960). Frank J. Marshall’s best games of chess. PB

Reinfeld, F. (1974). The immortal games of Capablanca. PB

Reinfeld, F., & Fine, R. (1963). Lasker’s greatest chess games, 1889-1914. PB

Reshevsky, S. (1960). Reshevsky’s best games of chess. PB

Sergeant, P. W., & Watts, W. H. (1966). Pillsbury’s chess career. PB

Tal, M. (1976). The life and games of Mikhail Tal. PB

Wade, R. G., & O’Connell, K. J. (1972). Robert Fischer’s chess games.  HC

Wilson, F. (1976). Lesser known chess masterpieces: 1906-1915. PB

Winkelman, B. F. (1960). Rubinstein’s chess masterpieces: 100 selected games. PB

Wilson, F. (1975). Classical chess matches, 1907-1913. PB

 

 

Tournaments

 

Alekhine, A. (1962). The Nottingham International Chess tournament. PB

Botvinnick, M. M. (1973). Soviet chess championship, 1941. PB

Bronstein, D. (1979). Zurich International chess tournament, 1953. PB

Cheshire, H. F. (1962). The Hastings chess tournament, 1895. PB

Kashdan, I. (1965). First Piatigorsky Cup. PB

Kashdan, I. (1968). Second Piatigorsky Cup. PB

Lasker, Em. (1971). The international chess congress, St. Petersburg, 1909. PB

Miles, A. J., & Speelman, J. (1979). Riga interzonal, 1979. PB

Nimzovich, A. (1981). Carlsbad international chess tournament, 1929. PB

Wade, R. G., Blackstock, L. S., & Kotov, A, (1974). World championship interzonals. Leningrad, Petropolis 1973. HC

Watts, W. H. (1968). The Hastings international master’s chess tournament, 1922. PB

Watts, W. H. (1968). The London international chess congress, 1922. PB

Kalnajs, A. (1973). Tallinn 1973. PB

 

Instruction

 

Assaic, & O’Connell, O. (1982). Opening preparation. HC

Dvoretsky, M. (1990). Secrets of chess training. PB

Horowitz, I. A. (1961). Chess self-teacher. PB

Karpov, A. (1985). How to learn from your defeats. PB                  

Nimzovich, A. (1930). My system. HC

Nunn, J., & Griffiths, P. (1987). Secrets of grandmaster play. PB

Pickett, L. M. (1975). Enterprising strategy in the opening. PB

Soltis, A. (1975). The art of defense in chess. PB

Suba, M. (1991). Dynamic chess strategy. PB

Timman, J. (1980). The art of chess analysis. PB

 

Matches

 

Alekhine, A (1971). The world’s chess championship, 1937: Alekhine-Euwe, PB

Kalnajs, A. (1969). Tal—Botvinnick: Return match. PB

Keene, R. (1978). The world chess championship: Korchnoi vs. Karpov. PB         

Keene, R. (1985). The Moscow challenge: Karpov-Kasparov. PB

Keene, R. (1991). Kasparov v Karpov, 1990. PB

Keene, R. (1993). Kasparov-Short, 1993. PB

Keene, R., & Goodman, D. (1986). Maneuvers in Moscow. Karpov-Kasparov II. PB

Keene, R., & Goodman, D. (1986). Centenary match: Karpov-Kasparov III. PB

Keene, R., Goodman, D., & Spanier, D. (1987). Showdown in Seville: Karpov-Kasparov IV. PB

King, D. (1997). Kasparov v Deeper Blue. PB

Levy, D. (1970). The match of the century: USSR v Rest of the world. PB

Tal, M. (1970). Tal-Botvinnik, 1960. Match for the world championship. PB

Winter, W., & Wade, R. G. (1951). The world chess championship, 1951: Botvinnik v. Bronstein. HC

 

 

Endings

 

Chernev. I. (1943). Chessboard magic: A collection of 160 brilliant chess endings. PB

Keres, P. (1973). Practical chess endings. PB

Fine, R. (1967). Basic chess endings. PB

Griffiths, P. (1984). Exploring the endgame.  PB

Nunn, J. (1994). Secrets of pawnless endings. PB

Krogius, N. (1973). Notes on the endgame. PB

Brieger, R. (1973). Imagination in the endgame. PB

 

 

Correspondence Chess

 

Berliner, H., & Messere, K. (1971). Correspondence chess world championship. PB

Dunne, A. (1994). Modern postal masterpieces. PB

Warburton, C. W. (1984). My chess adventures. Secrets of a top postal player. PB

Russell, H. W. (1980). Correspondence chess. PB

Estrin, Y. (1978). The United States correspondence chess championship. PB

 

                               

Chess Magazines for Sale

 

Chess (1985, # 963-964) (1986, # 971-972, 987-988, 995-996) (1988, No. 1016)

British Chess Magazine (1987, Dec.) (1988, Feb., May) (1989, Feb.) (1990, Apr.)

Blitz Chess (1988, May-June) (1989, Jan-Feb)

The Chess Connection (1989, July-Aug)

Pergamon Chess (1988, June, Dec.)

Program, World Chess Championship, London 1986.

Illinois Chess Bulletin (1972, July) (1973, Aug) (1990, Sept-Oct, Nov-Dec) (1991, Mar-Apr, May-June, Sept-Oct, Nov-Dec) (1992), Jan-Feb, Mar-Apr, Nov-Dec) (1993, Jan-Feb)

Chess International (1989 Mar-June)

Westward Ho! (Bulletin of the West of England Chess Union (1985, Aug)

Inside Chess (1989, Apr. 17) (1988, Apr. 3, Apr 20, Oct 23) (1990, Jan 22, Feb 19, Mar 5, Apr 30, Apr 30, May 28)

The Chess Correspondent (1989, # 1-10) (1990, # 1-10) (1991, # 2-6) (1992, # 1-6) (1993, # 1-6) (1994, # 1-2)