Half a Century of Chess

In this collection of his best games, former world champion Mikhail Botvinnik demonstrates the deep strategic style that took him to the title.
In this collection of his best games, former world champion Mikhail Botvinnik demonstrates the deep strategic style that took him to the title.
    Written by one of the greatest players of all time Contains 90 annotated games from Botvinnik’s career Includes victories over Capablanca, Alekhine, Smyslov, Tal and Petrosian Incorporates background material on key personalities and events
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Book Pub Date Apr 30, 2016
Book Pub Date (US) Jun 15, 2016
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Format Paperback
Pages 280
ISBN 9781781943335
Author Mikhail Botvinnik (1911-1995) made a unique impression on chess history. After victories at Moscow 1935 (shared with Flohr) and Nottingham 193 (shared with Capablanca), Botvinnik won the ‘absolute championship’ of the USSR in 1941 before the war interrupted all chess activity. After winning the match/tournament of 1948 to decide Alekhine’s successor, Botvinnik held the world championship (apart form two brief interludes) until 1963 and retired from active play in 1970, after which he devoted himself to coaching young players 9his list of former pupils include Garry Kasparov) and developing a chess-playing computer program.
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