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Boris Spassky's 300 Wins - Soloviov

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Boris Spassky's 300 Wins - Soloviov

Post  ChessCaissa on Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:42 am

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Series: Chess stars
Paperback: 380 pages
Publisher: Chess Direct Ltd (February 1999)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9548782081
ISBN-13: 978-9548782081

Spassky, the 10th world champion, is badly under-rated in chess literature, perhaps due to his status as the loser in the "match of the century" against Fischer. However, he was the strongest player in the world in 1964-1970, winning in succession candidates' matches against Keres, Geller (twice), Tal, Larsen and Korchnoi, the longest series of wins in world class matches in modern chess history. Also, he was the founder of the very concept of the "universal player" in modern chess, and in addition, in my opinion he is the best example of a classical player in modern chess, using classic openings and principles to near-perfection. So additional good books about him are welcome!
Thanks to BishopPair and demiridis! sunny

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