Samuel Lipschütz: A Life in Chess Stephen Davies 408 pages | hardback | 42 illustrations | 249 games | $65.00 Jefferson: McFarland, 2015 Hans Renette Samuel Lipschütz It does not take much to fire a passion. In his introduction…Read More
Ignaz Kolisch: The Life and Chess Career Fabrizio Zavatarelli 376 pages | hardback | 63 illustrations | 174 diagrams | 324 games | $75.00 Jefferson: McFarland, 2015 Stefan Löffler I can’t think of a chess personality who enjoyed a more adventurous and prosperous…Read More
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In Kingpin, nothing is sacred, and this makes Kingpin such a hit
Both serious and funny, I recommend it to anyone who wants to smile as he reads
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A great English chess favourite
sharper than a bone-saw!
unquestionably the funniest chess magazine in the world
I actually paid good money for No.9
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