One of the most creative thinkers in chess history, Aron Nimzovich was a strong tactician whose innovative strategies became standard theories. His brilliantly eccentric, entertaining account of his greatest performance analyzes 30 of the best games from the 1929 Carlsbad International Chess Tournament. This is a staple in the library of every master and serious player.
Reprint of the 1981 English translation by Jim Marfia.
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