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Divinities and the Herd

“There could hardly be a greater contrast in temperament, style of play, even appearance, than exist between the Cuban and his challenger. Capablanca, of middle height, olive-complexioned, self-contained and dignified as a Spanish grandee, sits almost motionless at the board , with a single trick…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 31

UK: £5.00  Europe: £6.00  RoW: £7.00    The Kingpin Questionnaire Pia Cramling is in time trouble Over the Limit Nigel Davies, substance abuser Gary Lane’s Agony Column Tony Kosten’s Diary Losing My Way to the GM Title Jonathan Rowson dons his hair shirt Capablanca and…

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