1. Home
  2. Login
  3. Recent Orders
  4. Wish List
  5. View Basket
  6. Checkout

Overseas deliveries are available, by tracked mail only, to USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand a limited number of EU destinations.
Customers in the EU may have to pay local customs duty and VAT before delivery - please check locally.
Overseas deliveries are taking longer than usual due to Covid-19 restrictions, Brexit delays and the large volumes of mail being handled by couriers. Please allow additional time for delivery of your order.

Mattison's Chess Endgame Studies

Mattison's Chess Endgame Studies

Ref: w1732

Product type: Printed book

In stock

T G Whitworth

Includes a brief biography of Latvian study composer Hermann Mattison plus 60 of his studies with solutions and annotations to these.

Herman Mattison was a leading Latvian chess player in the 1930s and one of world's most highly regarded chess masters in the early 1930s. He was also a talented composer of endgame studies. He died of tuberculosis, in 1932, at the age of 37.

In 1924 Mattison won the first Latvian Chess Championship tournament. Later that year he won the first World Amateur Championship, organized in conjunction with the Paris Olympic Games. Mattison played first board for Latvia at the 1931 Chess Olympiad in Prague and defeated Akiba Rubinstein, Milan Vidmar and Alexander Alekhine, then the reigning World Champion.

Revised edition published 1997, softback, 60 pages.

Our Price:10.00

Wishlist info


This product is included in our 10% discount offer for orders of 2 or more qualifying books, software items or DVD videos! (Discount will be calculated in the shopping basket)

People who bought this also bought:

Leonid Kubbel's Endgame Studies (revised Edition)
Platov Brothers

Platov Brothers


Our Price:15.00

Related products:

Platov Brothers

Platov Brothers


Our Price:15.00
Leonid Kubbel's Endgame Studies (revised Edition)

Please select next action

Go back orGo to wish list


Recently Viewed