A collection of 46 of Grandmaster John Nunn's best games played between 1993 and 2002 with extensive annotations by the author.
This book takes up where his previous book John Nunn's Best Games left off and takes us up to Nunn's retirement from tournament chess in 2003. Throughout, the emphasis is on what the reader can learn from each game, so the book is ideal study material for those seeking to progress to a higher level of chess understanding. Virtually every move is explained in language that all chess players will be able to understand. Included here are games against Sirov, Adams, Hodgson, Lalic and many others.
Nunn ends with a chapter of studies which he composed and with his thoughts on the chess world and on chess publishing. A book which is both entertaining and instructive at the same time.
Published 2005, softback, 287 pages.View sample pages (pdf)