Chess Life magazine - March 2011 Issue

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    Publication Date: March 1, 2011


    GM Larry Evans was a gaint not just of American Chess, but also of American chess journalism. In this remberance issue, former Chess Life editor Larry Parr profiles his friend and colleague, GM Andy Soltis tells us why Evans was important to the chess community, Burce Pandolfini gives us a 1959 U. S. Championship game Evans played against Arthur Bisguier, and GM Pal Benko gives examples of Evans' endgame virtuosity. Also, in "First Moves" we look back at Evans' own iconic column, "Evans on Chess."

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