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H E Bird, A Chess Biography with 1198 Games

Utgivelsesdato Desember 2016
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Et nytt sjakkbiografisk praktverk fra forlaget McFarland, denne gang om mesteren Henry Bird som hadde et langt liv og en spennende karriere. I våre dager er han mest kjent for Birds åpning 1 f4.

En stor og flott innbundet bok med mye sjakk og sjakkmiljø fra 1800-tallet og litt inn på 1900-tallet.

Forlagets egen omtale:

No chess player of the 19th century had a longer, more varied career than Henry Edward Bird (1829–1908). After pursuing a civil career for years his love for chess prevailed. He belonged to the top level of British players for decades, but he really shone at Simpson’s Divan. Bird’s accessibility, fierce attacking style and contempt for draws made him a people’s favorite, but his proud and touchy character led him into disputes with his colleagues. A very strong and widely known player, he fell into oblivion after his death.

This comprehensive first biography of Bird provides a detailed account of his personal life and a deeply researched coverage of his feats at the chess board. Almost 1,200 games are included, hundreds of them published here for the first time. Nearly 450 games—many of them thrilling all-out fights—are presented with a mix of contemporary and modern annotations.

Historian Hans Renette is FIDE master in chess (with 2 IM norms). He lives in Bierbeek, Belgium.

Detaljert info
Innbundet? Ja
Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 608