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  1. Just Law

    Just Law

    Get the Just Law scoop on the most popular chess tournament questions from players, tournament directors and organizers. In the book’s Q&A format, Tim Just guides you through a wide range of tournament topics, including details about notation, draws, byes, clocks, prizes, prize funds, ratings, making claims, playing sites, time controls, pairings, tournament management, tournament creation, scholastic chess mysteries, and even more.
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    $9.95
  2. My Opponent is Eating a Doughnut

    My Opponent is Eating a Doughnut

    Bobby Fischer is not alone in creating antics away from the chess board. His understudies, the royal game’s masters, players, fans, coaches, parents, tournament officials, and hangers-on, have created their own “tales from the wild side” escapades. This book chronicles those tales. Over the board chess experience takes a back seat to these anecdotes of human interest, human follies and quirky behavior. Lean back and enjoy this peek at human conduct on the sidelines of the chess universe
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    $9.95
  3. The Chess-Player's Companion

    The Chess-Player's Companion

    This is the third in a series of three books by Howard Staunton, who is considered to have been the best player in the world at that time.
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    $29.95

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