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Samuel Beckett’s Chess Library

Playwright Samuel Beckett’s interest in chess is well known, but what did he read about the game? There are several chess books among the 757 works in Beckett’s online library. ‘He also studied the chess columns regularly in Le Monde and spent hours playing chess…

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GYULA BREYER, Part 3

 Jimmy Adams   A continuation of my ‘Right to Reply’ to Edward Winter’s comments on my new book Gyula Breyer: The Chess Revolutionary. ‘White’s game is in the last throes’ Pages 694-696 deal with this matter, superficially, making no mention of Breyer and the Last Throes….

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