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1 Horowitz, I.A. and Mott-Smith, Geoffrey POINT COUNT CHESS: An Accurate Guide to Winning Chess
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. B0007EFFRC First edition, first printing. Foreword by Samuel Reshevsky. Hardcover. Fine, in chessboard decorated tan cloth shelfback over black boards, with orange-red top-edge tint; in mildly age-toned, lightly spine-faded, near fine dust jacket, with some shallow nicks to spine ends, light wear. [341] pages. 
System based upon the premise that every move on a chessboard is an exchange, a give-and-take, and implicit in every move is a plus and minus quality, which when combined in a series of interrelated moves, is enough to sway the course of the game. 
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