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  • Author:
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A gift to a young chess player

Publisher: Moscow
  • Publisher: Moscow
  • Author(s): Gorenstein
  • Language: Russian
  • Size: gift (very large)
  • Volume: 128
  • Binding: solid
  • DateOfIssue: 1994

paper book

39.31 $

RUB

Description:

The author, a chess master and an experienced teacher, outlines the basics of chess briefly, easily and interestingly. The simplest techniques, the laws of chess struggle. Beginners young chess players can use the book as a guide for self-study. Gift, beautifully illustrated edition.


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