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Application of Chess Theory

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Yefim Geller has been one of the world's foremost grandmasters over the past four decades, during which time he has established a reputation as being the leading Russian authority on opening theory. In this annotated collection of his own games, Geller shows the practical benefits of a sound understanding of opening strategy.
Paperback, 264 pages
Published July 1st 1984 by Everyman Chess
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May 05, 2010 notgettingenough rated it really liked it
Shelves: games
This happens to be by my bed at the moment.

Geller's career spans decades and he is one of those players more than capable of beating world champions - he has a plus score against most he has played - but I'm guessing could never become a world champion because he did not excel at match play. He had more than one terrible trouncing at this form of the game.

But I think we can say of chess more than of any sport, that there is no room at the top. To become world champion at chess is so hard! At th
Jan 27, 2014 TheF7Pawn rated it really liked it
One of the few in Fischer's era who scored well against Bobby. Geller was "dynamic" before dynamism became chic. Here's a book of his 100 best games, all of them well annotated and strategically explained.
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