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CLEARANCE - Jon Speelman's Best Games

Improve Your Chess by Studying the Games of a Two-Time Candidate for the World Chess Championship
Improve your chess by studying the games of a two-time candidate for the World Championship and three-time British champion. Jon Speelman annotates the best of his games in this collection, and includes games and stories from his World Championship campaigns, Chess Olympiads, and top-level grandmaster tournaments, including the World Cup.
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Improve your chess by studying the games of a two-time candidate for the World Championship and three-time British champion. Jon Speelman annotates the best of his games in this collection, and includes games and stories from his World Championship campaigns, Chess Olympiads, and top-level grandmaster tournaments, including the World Cup. He is renown as a great fighter and analyst, and a highly original player.

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Shopworn No
ISBN 9781879479609
Pages 240 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 1996
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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