Chess Heritage of A.A. Alekhine - VOLUME 1 - RUSSIAN EDITION

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Publication Date: September 21, 2012
Notation Type: LAN - Long Algebraic
Page Count: 456 Pages

THIS BOOK IS WRITTEN ENTIRELY IN RUSSIAN

Alekhine has long earned a reputation not only a brilliant experience, but also the best chess writer and theoretician of the first half of 20th century. Alekhine's Games, which are shining examples of chess creativity, are provided with detailed notes. Alekhine's Heritage is the best commentator of his time - a truly invaluable material for anyone interested in the development of chess and who wants to improve.

Note: This book is in Russian

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