About a hundred years ago, in the end of 19th and beginning of 20th Century, Mikhail Chigorin (1850-1908) and Dawid Janowsky (1868-1927) were, without a doubt, two of world's best chess players. Together with Marshall, they were considered among the most ardent practitioners of an active and predominantly tactical chess style. The collection of their short games presented in this book is bonanza for those who want to learn tactics. In these games, the student will find not only plenty of instructive tactics, but also lightning attack and ingenious defense, clever traps and interesting opening experiments. These deserve to be known by any chess player.
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