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Vladimir Simagin

Vladimir Pavlovich Simagin (1919-1968) was a little-known chess player. He did not stand out so much for his sporting results —three times Moscow Champion and once Soviet Champion by Correspondence— as a theoretician and coach —he was second to Smyslov when he won the World Chess Championship in 1957.

However, his contribution to chess, often underestimated, must be considered significant. Almost every half-game manual has Simagin games. Their games have a singular beauty and elegance.

The book contains a collection of his best games, selected and commented on in great detail by Grandmaster Mihail Marin, in his usual animated and didactic style.

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VA-7019

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Product Type
Paper
Language
English
Theme
Players
Author
Mihail Marin
No Pages
371
Year published
2022
Measurements
15x23cm
ISBN
9788417977818
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