Sean Marsh, CHESS Magazine, Best Books of 2011: "A very readable and entertaining account of an extraordinary chess life and one which I will return to many times."
Martin Rieger, Rochade Europa Magazine: "This book guides the reader through decades of important chess events, which will, because of Averbakh's memoirs, possibly be seen in a different light. Personally, I liked the book a lot."
Richard Vedder, Schakers.info: "With nice inside perspectives on the relations between Soviet players: who is quarreling with whom, and who is not?"
James Pratt, British Chess Magazine: "Yuri Lvovich looks back with a health mix of pride, regret, (understandable) caution, delight and interest at a game that has absorbed him since boyhood."
John Henderson, The Scotsman: "A good read and a fascinating insight into the golden age of Soviet Chess."
ChessBase.de: "A very personal autobiography (..) Exciting reading for chess friends who like to know more about chess than just variations.
- Bibliographische Angaben
Zustand Remissionsexemplar. Cover gestaucht Produktart Schachbuch Seitenzahl 275 pages softcover EAN 9789056913649 ISBN 978-90-5691-364-9 Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein Gewicht in g 506 g Sprache Englisch Autor/en Yuri Averbakh Herausgegeben 2011 Verlag New In Chess Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage