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Lessons with the Masters

Product Code: CB0056CD

From the introduction of the book: "Walking down the middle of a Manhattan side street are three chess players... Bobby Fischer... Larry Evans...Ken Smith. While it would be great drama to reveal the volatile verbal positions held by each... the objects agreed on...." - end. The sole thing that could be agreed on was how to teach chess. This book will make you think, learn, and hopefully enjoy playing chess. Twenty chapters with twenty lessons.

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ISBN 9781461478331
Manufacturer Chess Digest
Pages 132 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1989
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Clearance Chess Books
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