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My Magic Years with Topalov by Romain Edouard
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My Magic Years with Topalov by Romain Edouard In this new book, Romain examines the latest aspect of his chess career – being the second of a world-class player. He worked with Veselin Topalov from 2010 until 2014, notably helping him win the 2012-2013 Grand Prix series and become a

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Closing Gambit: 1978 Korchnoi versus Karpov and the Kremlin
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Closing Gambit: 1978 Korchnoi versus Karpov and the Kremlin (DVD) Soviet Loyalist vs Russian Dissident After Fischer beat Spassky in the 1972 World Chess Championship, the Soviets plotted to regain this coveted title by supporting Anatoly Karpov – a loyal member of the Communist Party and epitome of the young

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Ivan's Chess Journey by Ivan Sokolov
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Ivan’s Chess Journey by Ivan Sokolov Games and Stories Paperback, 276 pages Ivan Sokolov was one of the most furious attacking and creative player of his time. The author presents an overview of his Life in Chess, full of entertaining unpublished material. He is not shy to share his opinions

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