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By Ian Mullen

Whereas the brilliancy is a subject which has been good lined in Chess literature, its counterpart, the blunder, has been neglected all too usually. during this unique and unique examine the ever renowned topic of the chess mixture, the authors - an Atlantic Alliance of Canadian and Scot - search to redress the stability. With a full of life number of episodes from a century of chess worldwide, they rfile the good possibilities, either seized and ignored, and provides specified attention to the unwarranted resignation - a phenomenon with a ghoulish fascination for all avid gamers. via 1000s of graded workouts, either newbie and grasp are provided a wealth of guide and the chance to evaluate their very own aptitudes for brilliancy - and error!

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