Catalog Product Code: B0053OB
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Publisher: Cadogan Books Author: A. S. M. Dickins and H. Ebert Year of Publication: 1995
Pages: 216 Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)
This volume of 100 chess classics (games, studies, combinations, problems or other chess ideas that have become historically famous) spans from the 13th century to the present day. Contains a wealth of chess brilliance. Examples have been chosen for their instructive & entertainment value. Ideal for dipping into or for serious study. Discover a world of inspirational chess ideas with this book. The reader needs only a knowledge of the elements of the game & an interest in dipping into some of its derivatives, such as the Study, the Problem, or some quite elementary Fairy Chess.
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