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The Editors of Chess Review: The Golden Treasury of Chess

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Product description

Published Arco Publications (1958). 1st edition with unclipped dust jacket. Book VG. Dust jacket good, with a few small tears and some wear. The dust jacket has an acid-free cover to help protect it.

A very detailed selection of classic games of chess, with the moves and history of the games these great players took part in.

As quoted from the dust jacket:

"A complete chess library in one volume. The world's greatest chess games as played by the masters of the chessboard from the 15th century of Ruy Lopez to the hypermodern chess of today.

"Here you will find more than 550 brilliantly played games, profusely illustrated.

"This collection deals with every facet of the game of chess. Brilliancies, prize winners, brief masterpieces - they are all here. The great players of the past plus today's masters.

"Completely indexed according to game openings and to players.

"A 'must' for everyone who plays chess."

Item details

Author(s):
The Editors of Chess Review
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22cm x 14cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
326
Publisher:
Arco Publications
Title:
The Golden Treasury of Chess

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Published Arco Publications (1958). 1st edition with unclipped dust jacket. Book VG. Dust jacket good, with a few small tears and some wear. The dust jacket has an acid-free cover to help protect it.

A very detailed selection of classic games of chess, with the moves and history of the games these great players took part in.

As quoted from the dust jacket:

"A complete chess library in one volume. The world's greatest chess games as played by the masters of the chessboard from the 15th century of Ruy Lopez to the hypermodern chess of today.

"Here you will find more than 550 brilliantly played games, profusely illustrated.

"This collection deals with every facet of the game of chess. Brilliancies, prize winners, brief masterpieces - they are all here. The great players of the past plus today's masters.

"Completely indexed according to game openings and to players.

"A 'must' for everyone who plays chess."

Author(s):
The Editors of Chess Review
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22cm x 14cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
326
Publisher:
Arco Publications
Title:
The Golden Treasury of Chess

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