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1976 2009 1976 to 2009
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  1. Ishi Press (1)
  2. British Chess Magazine (BCM) (1)
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  1. DN - Descriptive (2)
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  1. Adrian Mikhalchishin (1)
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  11. Bent Larsen (1)
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  14. Bob Wade (1)
  15. Bobby Fischer (3)
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  20. Colin Crouch (3)
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  30. Eduard Shekhtman (1)
  31. Edward Shektman (1)
  32. Egon Varnusz (2)
  33. Fred Reinfeld (5)
  34. Garry Kasparov (6)
  35. Gedeon Barcza (2)
  36. Guido Kern (2)
  37. Harold C. Schonberg (1)
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  39. Harrie Grondijs (1)
  40. Harry Golombek (5)
  41. Howard Staunton (1)
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  43. Igor Stohl (2)
  44. Igor Zaitsev (foreword) (1)
  45. Irving Chernev (2)
  46. Isaak Linder (5)
  47. Ivan Sokolov (2)
  48. J. Du Mont (1)
  49. James Gelo (1)
  50. Jeremy Silman (1)
  51. Jimmy Adams (2)
  52. John Nunn (2)
  53. Jon Speelman (1)
  54. Jonathan Hilton (3)
  55. Jorn Erik Nielsen (1)
  56. Judit Polgar (3)
  57. Junior Tay (2)
  58. Jurgen Kaufeld (2)
  59. Karsten Muller (1)
  60. Karsten Muller & Raymund Stolze (1)
  61. Kelly Lawless (2)
  62. Kevin J. O'Connell (1)
  63. Kevin O'Connell (1)
  64. Larry Evans (1)
  65. Leonid Shamkovich (1)
  66. Lou Hayes (1)
  67. M.L. Rantala & Eric Schiller & Alan Watson (1)
  68. Macon Shibut (1)
  69. Mark Taimanov (1)
  70. Max Euwe (2)
  71. Mikhail Botvinnik (5)
  72. Mikhail Tal (1)
  73. Mikhail Tal & Iakov Damsky (1)
  74. Mikhall Botvinnik (3)
  75. Neil McDonald (3)
  76. Nikolay Kalinichenko (2)
  77. Oleg Stetsko (1)
  78. Pal Benko (1)
  79. Paul Keres (4)
  80. Paul Powell (1)
  81. Per Skjoldager (1)
  82. Philip Sergeant (1)
  83. R. N. Coles (2)
  84. R.D Keene (1)
  85. R.G. Wade (2)
  86. Rashid Nezhmetdinov (1)
  87. Raymond Keene (5)
  88. Reuben Fine (4)
  89. Robert Byrne (1)
  90. Robert G. Wade (2)
  91. Rogelio Caparros (1)
  92. Rona E Petrosian (1)
  93. Rudolpf Reinhardt (1)
  94. Sahovski (3)
  95. Sam Collins (1)
  96. Samuel Reshevsky (2)
  97. Samuel Reshevsky (1)
  98. Savielly Tartakower (2)
  99. Sidney Norman Bernstein (1)
  100. Siegbert Tarrasch (2)
  101. Stephen Gerzadowicz (2)
  102. Steve Giddins (4)
  103. Svetozar Gligoric (1)
  104. T.D. Harding (1)
  105. Thomas Engqvist (4)
  106. Tibor Karolyi (8)
  107. Tigran Petrosian (3)
  108. Tim Crouch (2)
  109. Tom Cram (1)
  110. Tony Miles (1)
  111. Vik Vasiliev (1)
  112. Vladimir Davidovich Baturnsky (3)
  113. Vladimir Linder (4)
  114. Walter Meiden (1)
  115. William Steinitz (1)
  116. William Winter (1)
  117. Y. Gik (1)
  118. Yasser Seirawan (1)
  119. Zenon Franco (4)
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    Howard Staunton
    the English world chess champion
    Catalog Code: CB0199RB

    Howard Staunton (1810 - 22 June 1874) was an English chess master who is generally regarded as having been the world's strongest player from 1843 to 1851. He promoted a chess set of clearly distinguishable pieces of standardised shape that is still the style which must be used for competitions. He was the principal organizer of the first international chess tournament in 1851. From 1840 onwards he became a leading chess commentator, and won matches against top players of the 1840s. However, the achievement of Staunton have been neglected or even ignored by his own countrymen and this book seeks to rectify that.
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    Howard Staunton

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    Mir Sultan Khan
    Biography and Games By the First Grandmaster of Chess from india
    Catalog Code: B0274IS

    Mir Sultan Khan was the first grandmaster strength chess player ever from Asia, yet his origins were humble and he worked as a man-servant for an Indian businessman, from what is now Pakistan. When his master brought him to England, Sultan Khan took the world of chess by storm, defeating Capablanca who was considered unbeatable and willing the British Championship four times. Sultan Khan is now regarded as having been the 6th or 7th strongest player in the world. When his master went back to India, he took Sultan Khan with him and Sultan Khan was never seen by the world of chess again. This book unravels the mystery of what ever happened to Sultan Khan.
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    Mir Sultan Khan

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