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Classic Chess Problems by Pioneer Composers

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This book, with 155 problems and full solutions, has been designed to interest any chess enthusiast — whatever his knowledge of chess composition may be. Loyd, White, Klett, Shinkman, Havel, Wurzburg, Kohtz, Kochelhorn, and Heathcote are all represented, as are some lesser-known but equally brilliant composers. Several interesting themes explored.
Paperback, 114 pages
Published June 1st 1970 by Dover Publications
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