Alekhine's Defence (Starting Out) by John Cox

By John Cox

During this easy-to-read advisor, openings professional John Cox is going again to fundamentals, learning the basic rules of Alekhine's Defence and its various diversifications. through the e-book there are an abundance of notes, information, and warnings to lead bettering avid gamers, whereas key suggestions, principles, and strategies for either side are sincerely illustrated.

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