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CLEARANCE - Masterpieces of Attack: GM Marcel Sisniega Campbell

This book focuses on one of the strongest Mexican players ever. Manuel Sisniega, respected and feared for his daring attacking chess, won many beautiful games in his active 20 year tournament career. Never afraid to play sharp gambit systems against strong opposition, he won many masterpieces through direct assault on the enemy king. Velasco annotates most of his best games, and shows that Sisniega is a player for attacking players to emulate.
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Product Description

Publisher: Chess Digest
Author: Gabriel Velasco
Year of Publication: 1997

Pages: 60
Notation Type: FigurineAlgebraic (AN)


Book Description

This book focuses on one of the strongest Mexican players ever. Manuel Sisniega, respected and feared for his daring attacking chess, won many beautiful games in his active 20 year tournament career. Never afraid to play sharp gambit systems against strong opposition, he won many masterpieces through direct assault on the enemy king. Velasco annotates most of his best games, and shows that Sisniega is a player for attacking players to emulate.

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ISBN 9780875682907
Pages 299 Pages
Publication Date Dec 31, 1996
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback
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