Reggio Emilia 2007/2008 by Mihail MarinReggio Emilia 2007/2008 by Mihail Marin

Reggio Emilia 2007/2008

byMihail Marin, Yuri Garrett

Paperback | November 1, 2009

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This book celebrates fifty years of the famous Italian chess tournament. All the games are analyzed, many of them by the players themselves: those sharing their wisdom include award-winning author Mihail Marin, rising star Ni Hua, tournament winner Zoltan Almasi and the legendary Viktor Korchnoi. In addition, photographs and entertaining stories take the reader behind the scenes at a top-class chess tournament.

Mihail Marin is a grandmaster from Romania. His books for Quality Chess have established him as one of the world’s best chess authors. Yuri Garrett is an Italian publisher and organizer of chess tournaments.
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Title:Reggio Emilia 2007/2008Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.5 × 6.75 × 0.68 inPublished:November 1, 2009Publisher:Quality ChessLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1906552320

ISBN - 13:9781906552329

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“A new publication in the best tradition of chess writing: a serious tournament book... This is simply top level chess entertainment.”

Arne Moll, ChessVibes

 

“The quality of the annotations is excellent... you almost feel as if you were a part of the tournament yourself.”

Dennis Monokroussos, Chess Today