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CLEARANCE - Meet the Masters - Forbes

Here are first-hand impressions of some of the greatest players of our time: Kasparov, Fischer, Short, Anand, and Adams, complete with diagrammed glimpses of their talents.
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Meet the Masters is a collection of interviews and articles giving a unique insight into the chess mind. Here are first-hand impressions of some of the greatest players of our time: Kasparov, Fischer, Short, Anand, and Adams, complete with diagrammed glimpses of their talents. We also meet players of another kind - chess enthusiasts who in various ways have mastered noble deeds, power, and fame.

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ISBN 9781859320419
Author/s Cathy Forbes
Pages 160 pages
Publication Date May 4, 1995
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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