364 pages. Trade paperback. Diagrams. Indexes. Translated by John Sugden. Fine. Bright, tight and clean; no names, marks or spine creasing. Unread. ISBN: 0713489464. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: A long-overdue book on the records, from the trivial to the monumental, set over the decades in the chess world. From the top number of knight moves in one game to the player with the highest lifetime win/loss average, here is a treasury of entertaining facts and figures about every aspect of the royal game. Divided into four sections--"Games," "People," "Tournaments, Matches and Events," and "Around the Black and White Board"--it provides astonishing statistics, anecdotes about great victories and famous blunders, and useful insights into the strategy behind some of the most unusual moves ever played.
Über den Autor: Yakov Damsky is a world-renowned chess journalist, chess master and international chess arbiter. He is the author of several chess books, including Century of Chess. He lives in Moscow.
Titel: THE BATSFORD BOOK OF CHESS RECORDS.
Verlag: Batsford, 2005.
Buchbeschreibung Batsford, 2005, 2005. 364 pages. Trade paperback. Diagrams. Indexes. Translated by John Sugden. Fine. Bright, tight and clean; no names, marks or spine creasing. Unread. ISBN: 0713489464. Artikel-Nr. B-214837