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Leonid Stein's brilliant chess career, cut tragically short in 1973, included overwhelming victories against the world's leading grandmasters. Stein not only stormed to an incredible total of 3 first prizes (out of 4 attempts) in the USSR Championships, but also won what were arguably, at that time, the two strongest tournaments of all time, (Moscow 1967 and Moscow 1971). * This is a reprint of the 1976 Hardback with corrections and some additions. The purchase of this item also qualifies you to receive 2 (TWO) FREE 'Thank you' Gifts from LabateChessPlus. We'll will send you an email with our, as of Dec. 11, 2015, 54 FREE selections for you to choose from, and then you may email us the choice of your FREE 'Thank you' Gift * Purchase (2) two or more individually listed items here on Amazon, and I'll upgrade your USA shipping to Priority Mail (2-3 days delivery estimate) at no additional charge * Additionally, when 'earning' Upgraded shipping, you also qualify for an ADDITIONAL "'Thank You' Gift". When you're done making your selections, please send me an email requesting that I 'correct' your shipping to Upgraded, as well as to let me know your choice of your " 'Thank You' Gift"!! * 23 hr shipping or quicker!! Safely packaged with delivery tracking, with confirmation email. * From a SMOKE-FREE home * Thank you for looking - Edward Labate, National Chess Master, Las Vegas, NV USA
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Book Description TUI Enterprises, 1988. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11094844312X
Book Description TUI Enterprises, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M094844312X