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The Match of the Century

USSR vs. World

255 Seiten, gebunden, Informator-Verlag, 2. Auflage 2020

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CHESS INFORMANT proudly presents the book about the most famous team match in history of our royal game:

  • 2 outstanding teams

  • 20 best chess-players in the World

  • 4 rounds of epic battle

  • 40 thrilling, hard-fought games

The match between the USSR and the Rest of the World was an epoch-defining event that featured many of the greatest names in the history of chess. Five World Champions, and all of the world’s highest-rated players - without exception - took part. Not for nothing was it billed as the “Match of the Century”.

On the 50th anniversary of that great event in the Serbian capital, we invite the reader to take a step back to those years and to re-live the match as it was experienced at the time, in the words of its participants and some of the leading journalists of the day...

This edition is revised, extended, and compiled by Douglas Griffin, chess historian and connoisseur and Igor \'8evegli\'e6, Chess Informant commissioning editor.

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Gewicht 560 g
Hersteller Informator-Verlag
Breite 17,5 cm
Höhe 25 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2020
Autor Tigran PetrosjanAlexander Matanovic
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 2
ISBN-13 978-86-7297-108-8
Seiten 255
Einband gebunden

004 System of signs

005 Foreword

009 Introduction: Half a century ago

011 Articles in The Soviet & Russian press

011 M.A. Beilin: Carnations for Victory over the World Team - The Submerged Reefs of the 'Match of the Century'

014 A.B. Roshal: Ahead - A Great Match

016 B.M. Kazic: The Match of the Century, Day by Day

023 A.B. Roshal: Against a Blue Background

025 Board-by-board - player profiles and head-to-head scores

079 Round-by-round - The Games of the Match

244 Reaction to the match in the Soviet press