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The Immortal Game by David Shenk
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Apr 24, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: chess
Read in December, 2006

This is a great book that is accessible to all, not just chess nerds. The author structures it around the most famous game of chess maybe ever(the Immortal Game). This is a clever technique and I highly recommend this book.
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