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This Crazy World of Chess

After Reading this Controversial Book, You'll Never Look at Chess the Same Way Again!

Product Code: B0032CZ

Publisher: Cardoza
Author: Larry Evans
Year of Publication: 2007

Pages: 294
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)

Book Description The most controversial chess book ever written exposes the intrigues, scandals, conspiracies, dirty dealings and fascinating tidbits, not just with famous players and corrupt chess federations, but also killers, bloodthirsty tyrants, 12-year-old grandmasters and even legendary movie stars such as Charlie Chaplin and Humphrey Bogart. Chess giants include Gary Kasparov, Anatoly Karpov and Vladimir Kramnik, and of course, the enigmatic legend, Bobby Fischer, whose outrageous antics are revealed here. After reading this book and learning what really goes on, you'll never look at chess the same way again!

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ISBN 9781580422376
Manufacturer Cardoza Chess
Author(s) Larry Evans
Pages 294 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 2007
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