The Immortal Games of Capablanca

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Dover Publications, 1942 - Games - 239 pages
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One of the strongest players the game of chess has ever seen, Cuban master Jose Raul Capablanca (1888-1942) was renowned for his quick comprehension, faultless judgment, and nearly unrivaled endgame skill, qualities that won him the World Championship from 1921 to 1927. His remarkable talent is evident in this superbly annotated treasury of 113 of his greatest games.

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Fred Reinfeld (1910-1964) was for many years among the strongest chess players in the country. Even now as an author, he stands alone, the most successful and prolific chess writer of all time, with over one hundred books to his credit.

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