Chess Life Magazine - November 2010 Issue

Chess Life Magazine - November 2010 Issue
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The November 2010 Issue of Chess Life includes in-depth coverage of the 2010 US Open Champion and includes an in-depth interview with champion GM Alejandro Ramirez. It also features a look back at the 1960 World Team Chess Championship, the first and only time the US team won the Championship ahead of the powerhouse USSR.

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