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By Alexander Matanovich

Fourth version (2013), Hardcover, 660pp. (Formerly often called Anthology of Chess Combinations)

A appealing and strong hardcover e-book at 660 pages that gives years of delight and coaching fabric to check the reader's tactical ability.

ECC4 is a totally revised and up to date version of 1 of the basic books concerning the artwork of combinational chess. compared to the 3rd version there are 292 extra examples. The content material represents the paintings of the Chess Informant Editorial Board of skilled grandmasters and overseas masters.

Inside there are ten issues with 3,001 combos subdivided into 3 hassle degrees

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