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Author Name    Bronstein, David

Title   THE CHESS STRUGGLE IN PRACTICE: Candidates Tournament, Zurich 1953

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Dots of stain to upper page edges, minor soiling to page edges, thus very good, in pebbled black binding with gilt spine titling; in an age-toned, very good dust jacket, with nicking at spine ends and corners, light wear, tiny edge tears.

Edition   First U.S. edition, first printing. Translated by Oscar D. Freedman; edited by Burt Hochberg. 499 pages, including index.

Publisher   New York: David McKay Company, Inc., (1978).

ISBN Number    0679130640 / 9780679130642

Seller ID   48770.00

"An all-time classic. Only a man with a real love for chess could put so much profound and complex thought into a manuscript. Even Alekhine's book on the New York 1924 tournament of Tal's book on his 1960 match cannot equal it."--S. Gligoric.

Chess. Sports and Hobbies.

Price = 50.00 USD



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