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Post  Karpov on Mon Dec 08, 2014 12:27 pm

Profession Chessplayer
Grandmaster at Work

by Vladimir Tukmakov
PDF | 316 pages | 9.7 mb

A True Professional From his childhood, Vladimir Tukmakov realized that there was something special about his ability to play chess.
He had it all - talent, skill and motivation. After winning many junior and student tournaments, he went on to play in fourteen Soviet championships at a time when these were considered some of the most powerful competitions in the world.

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Post  ChessCaissa on Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:38 am

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Thanks to the original uploader and to Sourav! sunny

Nice, interesting book by the world-class Ukrainian GM. Yet his career has been something of a disappointment: in the late sixties and early seventies of the last century, he was considered, along with Balashov, the equal of Karpov, one of the three main Soviet hopes for a younger generation of world champions, replacing Petrosian and Spassky. Now look at his career and games compared to those of Karpov!
Still, the book is well worth reading.


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