On November 26, 1911, Samuel Herman Reshevsky was born in Ozorkov, Poland. At age six he became a chess professional and for seventy years he was a force on the international chess scene. This is by a very large margin the most comprehensive collection of Reshevsky’s games ever offered to the public. Arranged in chronological order, with mini-essays wrapping up each decade, the 1,768 games (match, tournament, exhibition, simultaneous, casual, speed, postal, blindfold and other) are given in full, with diagrams included for many. There are three indexes: general, openings by traditional names, openings by Chess Informant codes.
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A former winner of the U.S. Amateur Chess Championship, Stephen W. Gordon lives in West Valley City, Utah.Review:
“An excellent addition to any chess library...the best book ever written on this important and overlooked subject” --Inside Chess Online
“Quite an accomplishment...immense biographical information...the most comprehensive collection of Reshevsky’s games ever offered to the public” --ChessCafe.com.
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Descripción McFarland & Company, 1997. Library Binding. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11078640275X