The seminal work of the Cuban genius who repeated the exploits of Morphy, suddenly bursting onto the European scene and annihilating the great ...Show synopsisThe seminal work of the Cuban genius who repeated the exploits of Morphy, suddenly bursting onto the European scene and annihilating the great masters who had hitherto dominated the international arena. This book captures the magic of Capablanca's early victory at San Sebastian 1911 and his second place - bowing only to Lasker - at St Petersburg 1914. All in all, 35 games are annotated by Capablanca in person with remarkable objectivity - bestowing praise and hurling criticism as and when required.Hide synopsis
Description:Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with...Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Description:Good. pp. 192. Clean pictorial covers, light to moderate edge...Good. pp. 192. Clean pictorial covers, light to moderate edge wear, small tear at lower spine. Prior owner's name/date in ink on first page. Otherwise, unmarked text, clean, securely bound. Not ex-library.
Description:Very Good+ for Age. No Jacket Issued. Book has slight soiling...Very Good+ for Age. No Jacket Issued. Book has slight soiling and aging of edges and prior owner's name is on inside of cover. Covers are stiff and beginning to curl and tan. Otherwise, book is still tight, square, glossy and text is unmarked. Delivery Confirmation is included.
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