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CLEARANCE - Anti-Meran D45/46 - Hypermodern Theory of Openings

The many-time champion of the world has selected 300 best games from more than 2300 games played by him during his 30-year career, and has thouroughly annotated every one of them, using interfont.
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Description / CLEARANCE - Anti-Meran D45/46 - Hypermodern Theory of Openings

The many-time champion of the world has selected 300 best games from more than 2300 games played by him during his 30-year career, and has thouroughly annotated every one of them, using interfont.

The book is luxuriosly published: big format, hard cellophaned colorful cover, a lot of photographs. In addition to the games, the outstanding grandmaster annotates also but his best combinations and endgames. This era-making publication ends with a complete table of Karpov's results.

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ISBN 5859180057
Author/s Vasily Gagarin
Pages 189 pages
Publication Date Apr 30, 1996
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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