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CLEARANCE - The Fruits From My Chess Garden

A Selection of Endgames
This book is a collection of endgame studies from the artistry of Wlodek Proskurowski, award-winning Polish-American composer. The studies will be of great interest to other composers, as he provides detailed insight into the difficulty in eliminating alternatives during their composition.
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This book is a collection of endgame studies from the artistry of Wlodek Proskurowski, award-winning Polish-American composer. The studies will be of great interest to other composers, as he provides detailed insight into the difficulty in eliminating alternatives during their composition. Tournament players will be fascinated with the enormous combinational possibilities in positions with minimal material. Such an imposing array of craftsmanship merits the attention of all, and brings recognition to the composer.

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ISBN 0945470371
Author/s Wlodek Proskurowski
Pages 49 pages
Publication Date Apr 30, 1993
Notation Type AN - Algebraic
Book Binding Type Paperback

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