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Veselin Topalov - Selected Games of the Ex-World Chess Champion

This book is devoted to the games of a great chess player who has done much to set the agenda for the development of modern chess - Bulgarian Grandmaster, FIDE 2005 World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov.
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This book is devoted to the games of a great chess player who has done much to set the agenda for the development of modern chess - Bulgarian Grandmaster, FIDE 2005 World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov.

After becoming Under 14 Would Chess Champion in 1989 Topalov become one of the leading chess players in the world in the mid 1990s. The wider Russian public first heard of the Bulgarian Grandmaster in 1994, when Topalov beat the Great and Fearsome Garry Kasparov at the Olympiad.

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ISBN 9785946935951
Author/s Sarhan Guliev
Pages 467 pages
Publication Date Oct 27, 2017
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Hardcover

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