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Chess: The Search for Mona Lisa - Eduard Gufeld
Chess: The Search for Mona Lisa - Eduard Gufeld


 
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Chess: The Search for Mona Lisa by Eduard Gufeld

Paperback, 256 pages

An entertaining, instructive and though-provoking book, covering the games, chess ideas and life of grandmaster Eduard Gufeld. The globetrotting Gufeld regards himself as a chess artist and emphasises that chess should not just be about winning and losing but should have artistic merit. His life in chess has been about creating 'art' in the search for the chess version of the 'Mona Lisa'.

Witty story-telling of life on the tournament circuit over the last 40 years, in Europe and the USA, combined with brilliant and instructive games makes this book a must-buy for all those involved in club and tournament chess.

Eduard Gufeld, a Georgian who now lives in Los Angeles, is a grandmaster that has beaten world champions in his time. A popular character, he is very well known across the chess world. He has written many chess books, mainly on openings, most recently The Art of the King's Indian, The Ultimate Dragon Volume One and Volume Two and Exploiting Small Advantages.

ISBN: 9780713484779, Batsford

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