The Unknown Capablanca

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Courier Dover Publications, 1993 - Games - 201 pages
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Over 200 games by great Cuban champion, drawn from lesser matches and exhibition events, which nevertheless display the incredible prowess of 'the chess machine.' Included are games against Corzo, which earned Capablanca the Cuban Championship at the age of 12, as well as match and exhibition games, consultation games, simultaneous games, simultaneous games with clocks and other events. Discover and learn from brilliant strategies, subtle positional maneuvers. Bibliography. 151 diagrams.
  

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Contents

Match and Exhihition Games
32
Consultation Games
69
Simultaneous Games with Clocks
89
The Corzo Match
116
Simultaneous Games
141
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About the author (1993)

David Hooper has represented Great Britain in chess and is a former British Correspondence Chess Champion. His books include A Complete Defence of 1 P-K4, A Pocket Guide to Chess Endgames, and The Unknown Capablanca (with Dale Brandreth). Ken Whyld, a former international player, is a renowned
bibliophile and chess researcher. He is the former editor of The Chess Reader and the author of a number of books, including Chess: The Records.

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