WORLD CHESS CHAMPIONS

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  1. Remove This Item Manufacturer: Igor Khmelnitsky
  2. Remove This Item Manufacturer: McFarland Publishing
Year of Publication
1989 2014 1989 to 2014
Author(s)
  1. Andrew Soltis (1)
  2. Dale Brandreth (1)
  3. Frank X. Mur (1)
  4. James Gelo (1)
  5. Kurt Landsberger (1)
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    Alexander Alekhine - Agony of a Chess Genius
    The tragic last years of world chess champion Alexander Alekhine (1892-1946); 45 of his match and tournament games in Spain and Portugal from 1943 to 1946 and 100 other exhibition games from this period and from previous Iberian visits. Most of these 145 games have never been published in an English-language source.
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    Alexander Alekhine - Agony of a Chess Genius

    Catalog Code: B0001MF
    Our Price: $44.95

    William Steinitz - Chess Champion
    A Biography of a Bohemian Caesar
    Long known as one of the greatest chess masters of the nineteenth century, William Steinitz had a rich and elevated career and life, which can now be known as well. From Steinitz's own writings and the fruits of extensive first-time-ever research by the author, a fascinating portrayal emerges of the life and genius of a man widely known as the 'Bohemian Caesar' quite apart from his chess dominance.
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    William Steinitz - Chess Champion

    A Biography of a Bohemian Caesar
    Catalog Code: B0004MF
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    Chess World Championships - 2 Volume Set
    All the Games - All With Diagrams - 1834-2004
    If you're looking for the ULTIMATE COLLECTION of World Championship Games, Look no further than this two-book collection from McFarland Publishing.
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    Chess World Championships - 2 Volume Set

    All the Games - All With Diagrams - 1834-2004
    Catalog Code: B0006MF
    Our Price: $49.95

    Mikhail Botvinnik - The Life and Games of a World Chess Champion
    The games of Mikhail Botvinnik, world chess champion from 1948 to 1963, have been studied by players around the world for decades. But little has been written about Botvinnik himself. This book explores his unusual dual career--as a highly regarded scientist as well as the first truly professional chess player--as well as his complex relations with Soviet leaders, including Josef Stalin, his bitter rivalries, and his doomed effort to create the perfect chess-playing computer program. The book has more than 85 games, 127 diagrams, twelve photographs, a chronology of his life and career, a bibliography, an index of openings, an index of opponents, and a general index.
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    Mikhail Botvinnik - The Life and Games of a World Chess Champion

    Catalog Code: B0015MF
    Our Price: $49.95

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