Understanding the Chess Openings How Modern Openings Are Played: a Comprehensive Guide. (SIGNED Copy)

By: Collins, Sam

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190460028X SIGNED and dedicated by the Author otherwise UNUSED - This book came from the Chess collection of the late John Bradley, Irish archaeologist, Scholar, Medievalist, Author and more, and member of Kilkenny Chess Club. He was on the team that won the Armstrong Cup in 2011 and represented Ireland at two European finals, etc. The author Sam E. Collins (born 1982) is an Irish chess player. He was awarded the title International Master by FIDE in 2004. His inscription on the title page reads = " Kilkenny 2010. To John. Thank you for having me in Kilkenny. Best wishes in Chess. Sam ". 224 pp. Illustrated throughout with the usual b/w chess examples/diagrams. NO other inscriptions or marks. FINE Pictorial card covers. Smooth uncreased spine - As NEW. GIFT QUALITY. See Images; Small 4to 9" - 10" tall; 224 pages; Signed by Author

Title: Understanding the Chess Openings How Modern Openings Are Played: a Comprehensive Guide. (SIGNED Copy)

Author Name: Collins, Sam

Categories: Signed &/or Limited Edns, Ireland. Scotland. Celtic, Sport & Games/Chess,

Edition: Reprint - with Corrections

Publisher: London, Gambit Publications Ltd: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: As New with No dust jacket as issued

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 119900

Keywords: Understanding The Chess Openings. How Modern Openings Are Played: A Comprehensive Guide. (SIGNED Copy) By Sam Collins. SIGNED And Dedicated By The Author SIGNED and dedicated by the Author otherwise UNUSED This Book Came From The Chess Collection Of The Late John Bradley, Irish Archaeologist, Scholar, Medievalist, Author And More, And Member Of Kilkenny Chess Club. He was on the team that won the Armstrong Cup in 2011 and represented Ireland at two European finals, etc. The author Sam E. Collins (born 1982) is an Irish chess player. He was awarded the title International Master by FIDE in 2004.