ACP Book of the Year - survey
The ACP is proud to publish its shortlist of candidates to its first ACP Book of the Year prize.
Basically all major publishing houses decided to take part in the contest and therefore the selection is as representative as possible.
Books are in alphabetical order and a link to their official pages is provided next to each book.
The jury is made up of all members of the ACP, and as such is a very qualified group of chess professionals who will deliver a very authoritative opinion.
Each vote is in fact a valuable insight from a chess professional resting on his personal experience.
Each member is asked to vote up to five books that he/she deems most interesting.
The book receiving the highest number of votes will be declared ACP Book of the Year for 2012.
Voting will be open 12 April through 30 April and the winner shall be announced on 2 May.
Good luck to all authors and publishers taking part in the 2012 ACP Book of the Year contest!
1. Chess Gymnasium Jaan Ehlvest (Argo Kirjastus 2011)
2. Chess Openings for Kids John Watson & Graham Burgess (Gambit 2011)
3. Fighting the French: A New Concept Denis Yevseev (Chess Stars 2011)
4. Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, Part 1: 1973-1985 (Everyman Chess 2011)
5. Grandmaster Repertoire 10: The Tarrasch Defence Jacob Aagaard & Nikolaos Ntirlis (Quality Chess 2011)
6. Karpov's Strategic Wins (Voll. 1 & 2), Tibor Karolyi (Quality Chess 2011)
7. Lessons with a Grandmaster: Enhance your chess strategy and psychology with Boris Gulko, Boris Gulko & Dr. Joel R. Sneed (Everyman Chess 2011)
8. The Art of the Endgame Jan Timman (New In Chess 2011)
9. Tragicomedy in the Endgame Mark Dvoretsky (Russell 2011)
10. Understanding Chess Middlegames John Nunn (Gambit 2011)
In order to take part in the vote:
2. Go to survey
3. Tick up to 5 books on the list
Please note that your browser has to accept cookies - otherwise you will not be able to login.
If you have encountered any problem, do not hesitate to contact the ACP General Secretary Bartlomiej Macieja at email@example.com