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All the characters are now much clearer, as are timeframes and events, player mindsets are found to be chronically myopic....of great interestPublished 2 months ago by Richard H. De Silva
If you want to see more of the games this isn't the place to see it. More East vs West Politics.Published 2 months ago by andy spagnolia
If you have any affinity for chess it is worth the read as a well documented historical account. I am glad I read this.Published 3 months ago by Richard L. Pearson
This book seemed well researched and was well written. The complexity of the story (chess+politics+psychology) was interwoven in an interesting and attention-holding way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
An intriguing and informative book on chess, the players and tournaments, and psychology.Published 5 months ago by R. Warner
Audiobook: A fascinating analysis of both the players and the chess culture and its history in both the United States and Soviet Union leading up to the famous duel between... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eric C. Welch