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This is regarded as one of the best books for the average player ever written. This modern textbook pays particular attention to the many problems confronting the average player. Besides an extensive game collection that shows the best restrictive lines for Black and White (thus reducing study to a minimum) it includes a new method for studying the Mid-Game. This is an enlightening discussion of the major midgame formations and the art of transportation. Many model three move games as played by America's foremost masters with many new lines of play. (Three move restriction is played by all the experts and is fully explained.) Many brilliant endgame themes every player should know. 100 selected problems by America's foremost composers. Latest revised rules for match and tourney play. And numerous other features of interest to all grades of players. The authors were two of Americas foremost Checkerists. Both won numerous titles and important games during their brilliant and checkered careers. - They start the reader off “at scratch” and with patience and understanding take him along the road that ultimately leads to the goal of practically every checker player – the expert class.
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Kenneth M. Grover was born on May 10, 1908 in Indiana to Philip and Sophia Grover. From the age of 5 until age 16 he lived in an orphanage and was known for having skipped classes to play checkers. "The Mighty Mite" played checkers most of his life, holding the 11-Man Ballot World Championship title for several years. He co-authored Twentieth Century Checkers and Let's Play Checkers with his close friend Tom Wiswell. He was a master chess player and author of the book "Chess". Playing both checkers and chess Mr. Grover once played 80 opponents simultaneously. He was also known for his blindfold exhibitions. He married a Native American women in Taholah, Washington. He died on Sep. 6, 1993 in Grays Harbor County, Washington State. Thomas G. Wiswell was born April 25, 1910 in New York City. He was the World Go As You Please champion of checkers. He was on the game show "What's My Line" and on the Ed Sullivan show. He wrote 20 books on checkers. He died on November 14, 1998 in Brooklyn, New York.
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Book Description David McKay Co, 1968. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110679140190
Book Description David McKay Co. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0679140190 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1978361
Book Description David McKay Co, 1968. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0679140190
Book Description David McKay Co, 1968. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0679140190