Chess books written by Aagaard, Dvoretsky and Kasparov are suitable books for master level players. I have recently discovered the book Perfect Your Chess by Volokitin & Grabinsky which is similar in vein. What other chess books are suitable for master level players?
I use the term master level players to refer to players who are at a level equivalent to 2200+ FIDE rating. Books suggested should:
- be suitable for a general master level player.
- contain sufficient material that will stimulate a master level player.
- be useful in the training of a master level player.