The Absolute Correspondence Championship of the United States Chess Federation, 19762010

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McFarland, Nov 5, 2012 - Games - 348 pages
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This collection of the games, most of them annotated, features the United States Chess Federation's premiere invitational tournament--the Absolute Championship. Features include statistical results of participants from 1976 through 2010, results of many opening variations as played in the Absolutes, yearly crosstables, biographical details of all winners and information on all participants, and indexes of players, opening variations and ECO codes.
 

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Contents

The 1976 Absolute Tournament
1
The 1977 Absolute Tournament
8
The 1978 Absolute Tournament
14
The 1979 Absolute Tournament
23
The 1980 Absolute Tournament
31
The 1981 Absolute Tournament
39
The 1982 Absolute Tournament
49
The 1983 Absolute Tournament
60
The 1996 Absolute Tournament
173
The 1997 Absolute Tournament
180
The 1998 Absolute Tournament
190
The 1999 Absolute Tournament
205
The 2000 Absolute Tournament
215
The 2001 Absolute Tournament
223
The 2002 Absolute Tournament
232
The 2003 Absolute Tournament
243

The 1984 Absolute Tournament
66
The 1985 Absolute Tournament
72
The 1986 Absolute Tournament
78
The 1987 Absolute Tournament
87
The 1988 Absolute Tournament
95
The 1989 Absolute Tournament
105
The 1990 Absolute Tournament
114
The 1991 Absolute Tournament
124
The 1992 Absolute Tournament
133
The 1993 Absolute Tournament
146
The 1994 Absolute Tournament
156
The 1995 Absolute Tournament
164
The 2004 Absolute Tournament
254
The 2005 Absolute Tournament
263
The 2006 Absolute Tournament
274
The 2007 Absolute Tournament
288
The 2008 Absolute Tournament
296
The 2009 Absolute Tournament
307
The 2010 Absolute Tournament
317
Index of Openings Traditional Names
325
Index of Openings ECO Codes
326
Player Index
328
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About the author (2012)

Alex Dunne is the United States Chess Federation correspondence chess director, author of more than a dozen chess books and frequent contributor to Chess Life. He is a FIDE Master, Life Master and ICCF Correspondence Chess Master. He lives in Sayre, Pennsylvania.

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