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Modern Ideas In Chess

Modern Ideas In Chess

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Product type: Printed book

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Richard Reti

This is a reprint, in algebraic notation, of Reti's 1923 classic which traces the development of chess style from the days of Anderssen and Morphy, through Steinitz' teachings, to the tournament pragmatism of Lasker and Capablanca and, finally, the new dynamism of Alekhine and the "Hypermodern School" of Reti's own days.

The choice of some of the best games of each period, Reti's fine chess mind and the powerful use of language in describing the great masters and their games combine to bring this book to life and turn it into a classic of chess literature.

Richard Reti (1889-1929) was one of the strongest players of his day who inflicted a first defeat in eight years on World Champion Capablanca at New York in 1924.

Published 2009, softback, 132 pages.

Price:14.95


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