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La Escuela China de Ajedrez (Spanish Edition) (edition 2004)

by Liu Wenche

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As the first Chinese player to defeat a Western grandmaster, Liu Wenzhe is ideally equipped to chart the dramatic progress of Chinese players over the past 25 years. Here he reveals the unique approach, training methods and secrets of his Chinese School of Chess, based on "The Art of Thinking." Perfect for club and tournament players--and anyone interested in chess history and culture. Beginner… (more)
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Title:La Escuela China de Ajedrez (Spanish Edition)
Authors:Liu Wenche
Info:Tutor S.A. (2004), Paperback, 304 pages
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As the first Chinese player to defeat a Western grandmaster, Liu Wenzhe is ideally equipped to chart the dramatic progress of Chinese players over the past 25 years. Here he reveals the unique approach, training methods and secrets of his Chinese School of Chess, based on "The Art of Thinking." Perfect for club and tournament players--and anyone interested in chess history and culture. Beginner

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