CLEARANCE - Chess Life Magazine - July 2010 Issue

The July 2010 Issue of Chess Life Magazine provides in-depth coverage of the 2010 World Chess Championship, where Indian Grandmaster Vishwanathan Anand soundly defeated local favorite Grandmaster Veselin Topalov on his native soil (Bulgaria). it also includes an in-depth look at the 2010 US Chess Championship and its Champion, Grandmaster Gata Kamsky, plus a review of the 2008 USCF Absolute Correspondence Championship and a Fact-check review of many of Chess' most profilic authors and their blunders.
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The July 2010 Issue of Chess Life Magazine provides in-depth coverage of the 2010 World Chess Championship, where Indian Grandmaster Vishwanathan Anand soundly defeated local favorite Grandmaster Veselin Topalov on his native soil (Bulgaria). it also includes an in-depth look at the 2010 US Chess Championship and its Champion, Grandmaster Gata Kamsky, plus a review of the 2008 USCF Absolute Correspondence Championship and a Fact-check review of many of Chess' most profilic authors and their blunders.
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ISBN 0197260X
Publication Date Jun 30, 2010
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