The Human Side of Chess
Is there any quality common in the world's greatest chess masters, any peculiarity which made them contestants upon that particular parti-coloured board and on no other? Is there, in other words, a chess-mind?
The Great Chess Masters and Their Games
Of the Great Chess Masters
These life maps paint a fascinating picture of the players' careers, in time sequence. To illustrate the sort of insights one can obtain from them, let us consider the score between Fischer (1943- ) and Gligoric (1923- ). The totals are 6 wins for Fischer, 6 draws, and 4 wins for Gligoric.
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Black & white photographs of the 4 combatants at the front and b/w Chessboard/Moves throughout. " At the closing banquet of the Hastings (1895) tournament, Chigorin announced that the top prizewinners had been invited to St. Petersburg for a match-tournament to begin in December that year. The top finishers Pillsbury, Chigorin and Lasker, plus fifth-place finisher Steinitz agreed to play; fourth-place finisher Siegbert Tarrasch declined.
Match Tournament at St Petersburg 1895/6