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  - Vincent O'Neil - Goodreads

I first read this book when I was in junior high school, and it's just as wonderful today as it was then. The stories range from the dark to the humorous, and every one of them is a great read. Strongly recommend. 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  - Goodreads

I first read this book when I was in junior high school, and it's just as wonderful today as it was then. The stories range from the dark to the humorous, and every one of them is a great read. Strongly recommend. Read full review

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E B White
17
A A Milne
35
Synge
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