The chess companion: a merry collection of tales of chess and its players, together with a cornucopia of games, problems, epigrams & advice, topped off with the greatest game of chess ever played

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 15, 1968 - Games - 286 pages
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Review: The Chess Companion: A Merry Collection Of Tales Of Chess And Its Players, Together With A Cornucopia Of Games, Problems, Epigrams & Advice, Topped Off With The Greatest Game Of Chess Ever Played

User Review  - Kevin de Ataíde - Goodreads

Nice, long collection of short-stories and games of various kinds. The usual chess heroes of the author's days come together to provide all sorts of entertainment. Starring as always for Chernev is ... Read full review

Review: The Chess Companion: A Merry Collection Of Tales Of Chess And Its Players, Together With A Cornucopia Of Games, Problems, Epigrams & Advice, Topped Off With The Greatest Game Of Chess Ever Played

User Review  - Pete - Goodreads

The selection of games at the end of this book truly demonstrate the beauty of chess. Not a book on how to win, rather one that gives a great cross section of the wide world of chess. Read full review

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E B White
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A A Milne
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