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160 Seiten, kartoniert, Chess Mail, 1. Auflage 2005

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An extensive literature has arisen about correspondence chess since it was first mentioned in a book dating from 1694. Tim Harding, editor of Chess Mail magazine, has made a fascinating and varied selection from the writings of several authors dealing with many aspects of the game. Included are classic texts, mighty battles, amusing stories and advice on how to succeed at correspondence chess. Read how the careers of the great Champions Alexander Alekhine and Paul Keres were founded on their experience gained from postal play. Among the contributors are CC-writers Alex Dunne, Jonathan Edwards & Stephan Gerzadowicz, and chess historians Ivan Bottlik & Egbert Meissenburg.

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Gewicht 275 g
Hersteller Chess Mail
Breite 16,5 cm
Höhe 23,9 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2005
Autor Tim Harding
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
Seiten 160
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004 Sources & acknowledgments

006 Symbols & abbreviations

007Introduction by Tim Harding

011The dream that almost came true by Gennady Nesis

031Correspondence Chess - the Ideal Chess by Dr Eduard Dyckhoff

033Alexander Alekhine's contribution to CC by Tim Harding

048The History of Correspondence Chess before 1800 by Egbert Meissenburg

052The Match at Chess between the Paris and Westminster Chess Clubs by George Walker

059Without a Computer, I might have won the Von Massow tournament by Dr Dick van Geet

069Inner Chess by Stephan Gerzadowicz

073The trials & joys of a postal chess tournament organiser by Rhoda Bowles

078Paul Keres on the magic carpet to the world by Valter Heuer

097Keres and the IFSB by Tim Harding

107Sacrificial frenzy by Jon Edwards

112Check is in the Mail by Alex Dunne

116My correspondence game, and how it ended by James Pierce

119The great Grob CC simultaneous by Tim Harding

131I was lucky by Jonathan Berry

133Erlingur's Saga by Kevin Embrey

137CC records and curiosities

138Annotations have their own fate by Ivan Bottlik

142The strange CC career of Nicolas Preo by Tim Harding

150Uncle Fred's Gambit by Jon Edwards

152Bibliography of CC works in English compiled by Tim Harding

158Index to players of games 159Index to openings (by ECO code and name)

160Correspondence Chess by Robert Potter Palmer

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