This book its tremendously good!
By the time Capa had won the world title, he had a unique record - winning a brilliancy prize at every master tournament he had played in where one was awarded.
Fred Reinfeld has done an excellent job on this book, as his other books and playing over Capa's games did help me to become a better chess player.
The games are great. But the book is long overdue for an update. It needs to be converted to algebraic notation (there are times when the descriptive notation become confusing) and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edward Vaughn
The games are awesome; as usual, Reinfeld leaves a LOT to be desired as an authorPublished 3 months ago by dan dailey
This book was very well presented not only do you have Capa"s best games but it gives a good account of Capa's biography as well. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Salvatore Grasso
Very nice book on Capablanca . Fred's reviews are quite enjoyable . Play through Capablanca's games and increase your chess level and way of thinking about chess . Read morePublished on May 19, 2008 by thecityofjoy
Lets get to the point. This book its tremendously good! looking at Capablanca's games are like eating a Kings meal, just delicious!!!!!! Read morePublished on September 16, 2001 by Edwin Carcao Guerra