25 April 2007

Schach Niggemann

If you are interested in the content of a recent chess book before you buy it, the site...

Schachversand Niggemann

...displays the Table of Contents for many of the books it sells. After selecting the English page, 'Quick Search' for the book you are interested in. The books returned on the search have a 'More information' tab which usually leads to a Content button. Behind that button is the book's Table of Contents. The numbers on the left are the page numbers on which the chapters start.

Using the chapter titles and the page numbers, you get a good idea what the book covers and how much space is given to a topic. This is especially useful for evaluating books on specific openings.

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