The Doeberl Cup: Fifty Years of Australian Chess History by Bill Egan

The Doeberl Cup: Fifty Years of Australian Chess History

byBill EganEditorIan Rogers

Kobo ebook | December 31, 2016

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Dynamic Chess Down Under! The Doeberl Cup has been Australia’s premier weekend chess tournament since its inception in 1963. It has attracted more international masters and grandmasters than any other Australian tournament. The Doeberl Cup Fifty Years of Australian Chess History tells the stories behind the first 49 Doeberl Cups without neglecting the many tense and spectacular games which decided the top placings. In addition to over 200 annotated games and game fragments, the author presents player biographies of not only Australia’s best players and visiting stars, but also many wonderful and weird characters who helped create the character of the Doeberl Cup. Dozens of photographs nicely complement the showcasing of Australia’s best talent over more than a generation. The result is a splendid account of Australian chess history since the early 1960s. From the legendary Cecil Purdy through Australia’s brightest star Ian Rogers, join author Bill Egan as he takes you through the thrills and spills of dynamic chess down under. “Personally I had a great time reading this book (a true labor of love from author Bill Egan), and I’ll make sure it has an honorable home on my bookshelf, ready to be grabbed and enjoyed many more times in the future.” Jeremy Silman, “The Doeberl Cup: Fifty Years of Australian Chess History is a first-rate account of this event which has come to mean so much for Australian chess.” John Donaldson, Chess Today
Title:The Doeberl Cup: Fifty Years of Australian Chess HistoryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 31, 2016Publisher:Russell Enterprises, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1941270611

ISBN - 13:9781941270615