[PDF] Download á Decisive Games in Chess History | by ↠ Luděk Pachman A.S. Russell

By Luděk Pachman A.S. Russell | Comments: ( 438 ) | Date: ( Jun 18, 2019 )

Brilliantly analyzing chess under stress, the International Grandmaster focuses on 65 of the most important tournaments and matches of the last century, capturing the drama and excitement of the key games, the intrigue of tournament tactics, and the psychological processes of winning Extensive diagrams and indices.


  • Title: Decisive Games in Chess History
  • Author: Luděk Pachman A.S. Russell
  • ISBN: 9780486253237
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Luděk Pachman A.S. Russell

Lud k Pachman German Ludek Pachmann was a Czechoslovak German chess grandmaster, chess writer, and political activist In 1972, after being imprisoned and tortured almost to death by the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia, he was allowed to emigrate to West Germany He lived the remainder of his life there, and resumed his chess career with considerable success, including playing in the Interzonal in 1976 and winning the West German Championship in 1978.



Comments Decisive Games in Chess History

  • Alberto

    Awesome. Entertaining and instructive. The annotations are top-notch and stand up remarkably well to Mr. Houdini. The stories are fascinating. There are so few chess books consisting of war stories like this one.


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