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Bologan - Bologan's King's Indian    
  2 (5.4%)
Cornette - The Complete Ragozin    
  3 (8.1%)
Georgiev - Fighting the London System    
  3 (8.1%)
Marin - Grandmaster Repertoire: The Pirc Defence    
  5 (13.5%)
Montany - Opening Repertoire: The Modern Samisch    
  7 (18.9%)
Moret - My First Chess Opening Repertoire, Black    
  0 (0.0%)
Ntirlis - Playing 1.d4 d5: A Classical Repertoire    
  8 (21.6%)
Panjwani - The Hyper Accelerated Dragon    
  2 (5.4%)
Smith - e3 Poison    
  5 (13.5%)
de la Villa - Dismantling the Sicilian, Revised    
  2 (5.4%)




Total votes: 37
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Re: ChessPub Book of the Year 2017
Reply #45 - 06/18/18 at 21:46:41
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So we have a winner.  Congrats to Nikos on the back-to-back wins!  Smiley   

I don't know if its fair to draw conclusions from such a small sample size, but I note that, although they both contained a fair bit of theory, the top two finishers were mostly praised for their lucid explanations. 

In light of that, I think it would be interesting to know whether in the broader marketplace these types of books (for example, the Quality Chess “Playing ... ” series) outsell the theory-heavy books (for example, the Quality Chess Grandmaster Preparation series).

Our little poll may also confirm that you don’t need to be a GM to write a great chess book.

Thanks to IM Serious for running the poll.
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Reply #44 - 06/17/18 at 19:59:57
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I just closed it.


  
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Reply #43 - 06/16/18 at 09:26:26
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There really should have been a set and announced closing time for voting when the poll was opened. I suggest setting one now, for instance the end of June. Is it possibly to do that technically?

IM_Serious set up the poll and probably has some control over it.
  

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Reply #42 - 06/15/18 at 19:51:11
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I would have preferred, as I posted in the 2016 thread and in this one before the vote began, that we restricted voting to members who have actually been at least somewhat active in our community (minimum of 15 posts, say, or who became members before the poll opened). But in any case I'm honored to have received the votes that I have, and Ntirlis' book is certainly worthy if that is eventually selected.
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Reply #41 - 06/15/18 at 14:31:07
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IsaVulpes wrote on 06/15/18 at 11:45:32:
So far, a tie. How long does this Poll continue to run? Or did it end already? Will there be two winners? Bit silent, all of this.


How about a runoff between the two leaders?
  
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So far, a tie. How long does this Poll continue to run? Or did it end already? Will there be two winners? Bit silent, all of this.
  
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My vote goes to Ntirlis this is best
  
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Stigma wrote on 04/20/18 at 21:10:11:
Can't one of the moderators make the poll sticky?

Done!
  

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Can't one of the moderators make the poll sticky?
  

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Reply #36 - 04/20/18 at 20:55:13
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I had no idea it was open. The whole thing seemed to vanish after the nominations. Glad I saw it--I voted for Ntirlis.
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Bump.

How long are we keeping this open?

I'm not asking to rush anything, it's just that I want to vote while I still can, but am struggling to make up my mind. So what is the time control here?  Cool
  

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Isn't there normally a new thread with the vote? People may just miss that a poll got added to this thread, no? I almost didn't click in because I didn't have much to add to the Nominations

E: I guess if this gets pinned and/or the Thread title is edited with something like VOTE STARTED!, that's fine too
  
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Stigma wrote on 04/08/18 at 03:38:41:
Good initiative. It's about time for a vote.

Are we restricting voting to forum members only this year?


Yes, Members Only.

These titles were omitted because they were published 2016 and already included in the 2016 poll.

Pert - Playing the Ragozin
Smirin - King's Indian Warfare
  
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IM_Serious wrote on 04/08/18 at 02:51:44:
ChessPub Book of the Year 2017

Good initiative. It's about time for a vote.

Are we restricting voting to forum members only this year?
  

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ChessPub Book of the Year 2017
  
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IM_Serious wrote on 01/10/18 at 04:47:27:
ErictheRed wrote on 01/10/18 at 01:05:17:
I nominate Pert's Playing the Ragozin published by Quality Chess.


My copy of the Repertoire says 2016.

However, "The Complete Ragozin" by Matthieu Cornette is published 2017.


Cornette' book is really impressive. Not the best layout ever (sadly, because the material is excellent) but a very great piece of work.

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Reply #29 - 03/28/18 at 07:13:08
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Are we going to do this? The essential distraction of the Candidates tournament is finished, and we've had long enough to take a good look at books published in 2017....
  
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TN wrote on 01/08/18 at 15:37:00:
I nominate 'Dismantling the Sicilian' (2017 edition) by GMs Jesus de la Villa and Max Illingworth.


It will be my vote when the poll comes up.
  
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Reply #27 - 01/31/18 at 23:24:30
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Grandmeister Repertoire: Pirc Defence by Marin undoubtedly, is my choice.
  
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Reply #26 - 01/31/18 at 16:04:28
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I'll nominate Bologan's King's Indian (2017) from New in Chess.

I understand the material has evolved from Chess Stars (2009) and ChessBase (2016).

A cynical reviewer has even called the material 'recycled', but this is the book I've used the most from 2017.

  
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Reply #25 - 01/24/18 at 19:42:50
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I'd like to nominate 'Opening Repertoire: The Modern Samisch'. The long awaited book that lives up to the expectations Wink
  
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Reply #24 - 01/13/18 at 03:41:11
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Thanks guys, for getting the ball rolling without me!

If you need help setting up the poll, let me know.
  
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ErictheRed wrote on 01/11/18 at 16:11:07:
If we already included it in last year's voting, I don't think that we should include it this year.


Oh, I didn´t notice it was already in last years poll. Then, of course, I agree.
  
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Reply #22 - 01/11/18 at 20:50:31
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I'd like to nominate Vincent Moret's My first chess opening repertoire for black.

I appreciate it isnt everybody's cup of tea in regards to the openings it chooses - Gambit lines of the scandinavian, Albin and stonewall, but i think it does what it aims to do in presenting the material in a very reader friendly way and so anyone studying this book could pick up those openings quite quickly.

As much as i love Smerdon's book, i found it somewhat easier to understand Moret's  presentation  perhaps precisely because it starts the introductions to the openings with the 'ideal' set up and attacking themes, has fewer variations in each line and also includes sections for testing the thematic moves at the end of each chapter to aid pattern recognition.

I also think the lines it presents are covered in a much more thorough way than in his first book that covered playing with the white pieces.

Its definitely a style of presentation i would love to see replicated.
  

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ErictheRed wrote on 01/11/18 at 16:11:07:
If we already included it in last year's voting, I don't think that we should include it this year.

That's typically why we wait until later to start the nomination process--to give books published at the end of the year a chance to get into readers' hands.  We probably jumped the gun this year.


I agree on both counts.

If we started looking for nominations earlier than usual this year, I suggest we just leave the nominations open for longer - until the end of February, perhaps? Or whatever has been the normal timeframe.
  

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If we already included it in last year's voting, I don't think that we should include it this year.

That's typically why we wait until later to start the nomination process--to give books published at the end of the year a chance to get into readers' hands.  We probably jumped the gun this year.
  
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Reply #19 - 01/11/18 at 15:54:25
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Well, Pert´s book was published 21 December 2016, so it´s likely that most people read it in 2017.

Therefore I think the nomination of the book should be allowed.

What do the others think?
  
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IsaVulpes wrote on 01/11/18 at 12:46:22:
IM_Serious wrote on 01/10/18 at 04:47:27:
ErictheRed wrote on 01/10/18 at 01:05:17:
I nominate Pert's Playing the Ragozin published by Quality Chess.


My copy of the Repertoire says 2016.

Yup, it was already up for vote last year


I checked my copy and of course you guys are correct. I blame Google Books, which says that it was originally published March 7, 2017!
  
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IM_Serious wrote on 01/10/18 at 04:47:27:
ErictheRed wrote on 01/10/18 at 01:05:17:
I nominate Pert's Playing the Ragozin published by Quality Chess.


My copy of the Repertoire says 2016.

Yup, it was already up for vote last year
  
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Of course, this is just a nomination. Perfectly fine for you to do that Smiley
  
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Confused_by_Theory wrote on 01/09/18 at 23:49:56:
Hello.

JEH wrote on 01/08/18 at 13:52:58:
I nominate:

The Pirc Defence, Mihail Marin, Quality Chess 2017

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I'll second this book nomination.

Decent lines, fairly good analysis and nice explanations. Hard subject to write repertoire book on as well.

Have a nice day.


To be fair, also a lot of move order issues and lines that are not regarded, to that day.
I was so happy when Marin on the Pirc was announced, and they said they have checked it with multiple Pirc specialists, so this is even more disappointing than before. As good as the Quality chess books are, I have to say that I hope that this book does not get a lot of votes. There are so many better ones (already on this list!)
  
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ErictheRed wrote on 01/10/18 at 01:05:17:
I nominate Pert's Playing the Ragozin published by Quality Chess.


My copy of the Repertoire says 2016.

However, "The Complete Ragozin" by Matthieu Cornette is published 2017.
  
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I'd like to nominate "King's Indian Warfare" by Smirin.

It contains the most fantastic chess i have seen for a lot of years from a true specialist of the opening. An opening guide as well as a guide to dynamic chess in general.
  
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Hello.

JEH wrote on 01/08/18 at 13:52:58:
I nominate:

The Pirc Defence, Mihail Marin, Quality Chess 2017

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I'll second this book nomination.

Decent lines, fairly good analysis and nice explanations. Hard subject to write repertoire book on as well.

Have a nice day.
  
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e3 Poison, Axel Smith, Quality Chess 2017

Not sure it will give competition to Ntirlis, but I enjoyed it a lot. The explanations were good, interesting choices and the depth of theory about right for me.

From other books not yet nominated I also liked the Nimzo Indian book by Roiz. However I don't use it much, as I prefer the choices Gustafsson made in his Nimzo video series on chess24.
  

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I'd like to nominate Kiril Georgiev's "Fighting the London system" (Chess Stars).

Although I don't expect him to win, I consider this an excellent effort, as the author tries to give practical solutions to a very common OTB problem, and I like the progressive approach of chess stars books compared to the heavy analysis of QC works.

K.Georgiev gives good explanations and pointers as well.
  

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Am I allowed to nominate two? I feel that both

The Hyper Accelerated Dragon by Raja Panjwani

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Opening Repertoire: The Modern Sämisch by Eric Montany

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I have not purchased any books in 2017, so may have to abstain this time.
  
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I second Ntirlis's "Playing 1.d4 d5." It has great explanations of otherwise-untreated pawn structures, cutting-edge theory, and coverage of topics beyond those required.
  
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Last year I believe the problem was that the Poll was mistakenly open for Guests as well.
I don't think too many people would create an account to vote for their friend, but when you don't even have to do that but can just click, naturally it is going to happen.

I am not sure if one CAN limit the poll to "X number of posts", afaik it's just "Members only" / "Guests also", the former of which was used every year aside from the last one
  
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Reply #4 - 01/08/18 at 15:44:31
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We always vote on opening books only.

I would request that this year we limit voting to contributing members in some way. We don't have to have stringent requirements: ten lifetime posts, something like that?  But it would be nice if the award actually reflects the members of our community and not a social media effort.
  
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I nominate 'Dismantling the Sicilian' (2017 edition) by GMs Jesus de la Villa and Max Illingworth.
  

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Reply #2 - 01/08/18 at 13:52:58
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I nominate:

The Pirc Defence, Mihail Marin, Quality Chess 2017

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My personal vote would go to Ntirlis' "Playing 1.d4 d5. A Classical repertoire for Black".

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It's about that time!

I wonder, does it have to be an opening book?
  
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