How to Get Better at Chess

Chess Masters on Their Art

How to Get Better at Chess
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Publication Date: January 1, 1991
Notation Type: AN - Algebraic
Page Count: 254 Pages


Publisher: Summit Publishing
Author: Larry Evans, Jeremy Silman and Betty Roberts
Year of Publication: 1991

Pages: 254
Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


Book DescriptionThe material in these pages form one of the most original chess books ever printed. Questions that have been in the mind of all chess players are answered by the greatest legends of the game. Luminaries such as Grandmasters Tal, Larsen and Seirawan present previously unpublished stories, comments and anecdotes that will usrely delight any chess enthusiast.

No, there are no long lectures here. Instead, we are given a rare glimpse at the human side of the men and women who have previously been famous names without real substances.

The book is rounded out with profiles of the participants and over a hundred annotated games. Beginner or World Champion, this book offers you instruction, historical insight and hours of reading pleasure.

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