This book provides a remarkably candid look at Patrick's chess, from his days in U.S. Junior competitions to his victoey in the U.S. Championship. At the same time, he gives you a glimpse of what it's like to be a chessplayer in America. A 'must read' for young players. A 'must read' for anyone who cares about what American chess is really about.
CLEARANCE - Wolff! : The Chess Career of Patrick Wolff
A study and analysis of the games of Bobby Fischer, the greatest chess player the world has ever known.
How Fischer Plays Chess
All 530 Available Encounters: 1961-1974
Karpov's Collected Games, All 530 Available Encounters: 1961-1974
Karpov's Collected Games
Great Encounters in Contemporary Chess
The moment of death has the power to stress in a single move the achievement or the futility of a life.
The death of Alekhine contains a paradox. If he had sought happiness, he found something different; if he had wanted fame, his name will live as long as chess is played.
CLEARANCE - The World Chess Championship
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