One of the game's greatest players annotates scores of fascinating games involving such masters as Capablanca, Bogoljubov, Kashdan, Reshevsky, Tartakower, Keres, and others, including many of Alekhine's own games. Includes delightfully candid views on fellow masters and rivals for the world title. Ed... read more
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One of the game's greatest players annotates scores of fascinating games involving such masters as Capablanca, Bogoljubov, Kashdan, Reshevsky, Tartakower, Keres, and others, including many of Alekhine's own games. Includes delightfully candid views on fellow masters and rivals for the world title. Edited and translated by E. G. Winter. Preface. Index.
Reprint of the Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, 1980 edition.
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