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Most Instructive Games Of Chess Ever Played

Most Instructive Games Of Chess Ever Played

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Product type: Printed book

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Irving Chernev

This book features sixty two of the greatest games of all time, with lively and illuminating notes from one of the game's most popular writers. Each game is a masterpiece of some aspect of chess strategy from rook endings to middlegame pawn play and crushing attacks.

Almost every move is explained by the author in a way comprehensible to readers of all standards and the book features chess greats such as Fischer, Alekhine, Capablanca, Steinitz, Petrosian, Tarrasch & Botvinnik, showing how to turn theory into practice and win beautiful games.

All the games featured were played between 1873 and 1961. The book is an algebraic-notation edition of a book originally published in 1965.

Published 2014 (original 1965), softback, 312 pages.

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