Publisher: Dover Author: Keres & Kotov Year of Publication: 1989
Pages: 238 Notation Type: Descriptive (DN)
Translated by Harry Golombek. Superb guide to neglected area of chess. Two formidable grandmasters cover attacking the king, defense, importance of pawn structure, analysis, much more. Authoritative introduction by Harry Golombek. Belongs in the library of every serious chess enthusiast. Indexes of players and middle-game themes.
Alexander Kotov, Paul Keres
January 1, 1989
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