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Jacob Aagaard
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Jacob Aagaard, 2008
Full name Jacob Aagaard
Country  Scotland
Born July 31, 1973 (1973-07-31) (age 36)
Title Grandmaster
FIDE rating 2535 (April 2009)
Peak rating 2535 (April 2009)

Jacob Aagaard (born July 31, 1973) is a Danish-born Scottish Grandmaster of chess who won the British Championship in 2007. He is Scotland's second highest ranked player as of April 2009, with an Elo rating of 2535. He is also a chess writer and one of two owners of Quality Chess, a chess publishing house.[1]



  • Jacob Aagaard (1998). Easy Guide to the Panov-Botvinnik Attack. Everyman Chess. ISBN 9781857445633.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2000). Easy Guide to the Sveshnikov Sicilian. Everyman Chess. ISBN 9781857442809.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2001). Dutch Stonewall. Everyman Chess. ISBN 9781857442526.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2002). Queen's Indian Defence. Everyman Chess. ISBN 1857443004.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2004). Excelling at Chess Calculation. Everyman Chess. ISBN 978-1857443608.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2004). Excelling at Combinational Play. Everyman Chess. ISBN 978-1857443455.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2004). Excelling at Technical Chess. Everyman Chess. ISBN 978-1857443646.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2004). Starting Out: The Grunfeld. Everyman Chess. ISBN 978-1857443509.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2006). Practical Chess Defence. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-91-975244-4-1.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2008). The Attacking Manual: Basic Principles. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-91-976004-08.  
  • Jacob Aagaard (2008). The Attacking Manual 2: Technique and Praxis. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-91-976004-15.  

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