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BEATING UNUSUAL CHESS DEFENCES
1 E4: DEALING WITH THE SCANDINAVIAN, PIRC, MODERN, ALEKHINE AND OTHER TRICKY LINES
ANDREW GREET

EVERYMAN CHESS (DEC 2011)
PAPERBACK, 304 pages, 224 x 150 mm.
Prod. # 9781857446210 (American edition)
Category: Games

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Anyone who plays 1 e4 as White must be prepared not only for Black's main defences but also an assortment of less popular lines. This book features information a 1 e4 player needs to know about facing these defences.

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Of Whales and Dinosaurs: The Story of Singapore’s Natural History Museum
Kevin YL Tan
    

Singapore’s current natural history museum officially began life in 1878 as the Raffles Museum, although its origins date back to the establishment of the Singapore Library in 1849 and, conceptually at least, to the Raffles Institution in... [ Read full review ]




 

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