Criticas de las ediciones inglesas

Hoy cotilleando por la web de New in Chess hemos comprobado que dos de nuestras últimas ediciones, se encuentran en su lista de los más vendidos.
La Defensa Francesa de Viktor Mosaklenko, algunas de las críticas que han publicado:

Arne Moll, ChessVibes:
“This is simply a great opening book (..) I prefer to delve deep into the IDEAS of this beautiful opening, and I can’t think of a better guide than Viktor Moskalenko.”

Steve Giddins, author of ’50 Ways to Win at Chess’:
“This volume has opened my eyes to numerous new ideas and possibilities (..) It is the most interesting English-language opening book I have seen for years.”

IM John Donaldson:
“Moskalenko has an engaging and entertaining writing style (..) Highly recommended.”

John Anderson, Correspondence Chess Magazine:
“The book simply sparkles with origial ideas and has convinced me to start playing the French again.”

“What makes this book special is the fact that both Black and White are being offered repertoire, spiced with surprising variations and poisonous moves (..) On the side you learn how to play the French really well.”

Carsten Hansen, ChessCafe:
“Moskalenko’s coverage is excellently balanced (..) [E]asy to read and understand; even weaker players will benefit from Moskalenko’s breakdown of the material”

Elburg Chess Reviews:
“All main ideas, new findings and recommendations are very well explained, with an unbelievable amount of readable text.”

Marsh Towers Chess Reviews:
“Plenty of suprises and a plethora of original analysis (..) Accessible and inspirational, this is a book every 1 …e6 player should have at the top of their shopping list.”

Pavel Matocha, Chess Weekly:
“A good guide book to French labyrinths. Moskalenko explains the main ideas and setups in this opening in a very understandable way.”

Dennis Monokroussos, Chess Today:
“The book has all the right ingredients: lots of explanations of typical plans and problems, relevant and recent game citations, original analysis, some statistics, chapter summaries, lists of relevant ideas and other occasional bells and whistles (..) An excellent book.”

Bob Long, Thinkers Press:
“Be glad I didn’t publish this book or I would have charged you $40 for it!”

Y también de Los 100 finales que hay que saber de Jesús de la Villa, que ya lleva unas cuantas semanas entre los más vendidos.

IM John Donaldson:
“De la Villa does the job quite well. He emphasizes the practical and prefers understanding to memorization.”

Frank Clevers, De Limburger:
“Recommended for everyone who wants to improve his knowledge of practical endgames.”

Marsh Towers Chess Reviews:
“The material is well chosen and the presentation is excellent (..) The greatest strength of the book: breaking things down into well-worded chunks of easily digestible information.”

Elburg Chess Reviews:
“This book will certainly improve your endgame skills in a spectacular way!”

British Chess Magazine:
“A clear exposition of the most imortant endgames, with exercises to test your knowledge.”

Max Euwe Centre, Amsterdam:
“The instructional explanations, the many diagrams and the pleasant presentation make this endgame book an interesting publication for club players with a rating from 1600.”

Danny King & Ronan Bennett, The Guardian:
“We all admired ‘100 Endgames’ for its clarity and practical value.”

B.H.Wilders, Nederlands Dagblad:
“Every clubplayer should study this splendid book.”