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My Love Affair with Tchigorin

Product Code: CB0031CD


Publisher: Chess Digest
Author: A.E. Santasiere
Year of Publication: 1995

Pages: 125
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book DescriptionBy one of America's best players of the 1930's-40's and a world renown "Romantic". His pre-game comments and annotation of all games will delight you. The long introduction tells of how Santasiere is going to share the joys of one of the greatest chess artists of all time with us. He then encourages us to play romantic, fighting chess like Tchigorin, instead of unoriginal chess. This book could certainly be recommended for the Romantic chess player.

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ISBN 9780875682594
Manufacturer Chess Digest
Pages 125 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1995
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Clearance Chess Books
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