By Alex Raetsky, Maxim Chetverik
During this publication Alexander Raetsky and Maxim Chetverik have a look again at how Alekhine defeated his competitors in extraordinary type. integrated are a few of Alekhine's most renowned assaults and excellent combos. A deep research of his video games can't fail to motivate any real chess fan.
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During this booklet Alexander Raetsky and Maxim Chetverik have a look again at how Alekhine defeated his competitors in impressive variety. integrated are a few of Alekhine's most famed assaults and wonderful mixtures. A deep research of his video games can't fail to encourage any precise chess fan.
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Alexander Alekhine: Master of Attack (Masters (Everyman Chess)) by Alex Raetsky, Maxim Chetverik