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Grandmaster at Work

Product Code: B0008AC

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Publisher: American Chess
Author: Kotov & Adams
Year of Publication: 1990

Pages: 210
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book DescriptionSoviet Grandmaster Alexander Kotov (1913-1981) was both a top ranking player and a world-famous author. Champion of his country, winner of international tournaments, and even a contender for the world chess championship, he is best known to players in the west as the author of the best-selling Think Like a Grandmaster and the sequel Play Like a Grandmaster.

Grandmaster At Work is both a collection of Kotov's best games and a textbook of practical chess play. Whole annotated games are grouped thematically, so that the book assumes the character of an original textbook on the most important aspects of chess theory. Kotov's annotations reveal how the "laboratory of a chessplayer" works.

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Product Details

Shopworn N/A
ISBN 939298864
Manufacturer American Chess
Author(s) Alexander Kotov
Pages 210 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1990
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
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Foreign Language? N/A
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