By Siegbert Tarrasch
A recognized chess guide for almost a hundred years, now re-edited for the trendy chess participant. Algebraic notation. Dr. Tarrasch was once one of many world's most powerful gamers within the overdue nineteenth century and this guide teaches chess from the amateur point to classification A / specialist energy avid gamers. It absolutely covers, strategies, endings, and starting play. A needs to for each severe chess participant.
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