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Further Chess Ideas by  John  John and Hodgkins - First Edition - 1965 - from Godley Books and

Further Chess Ideas

by Love, John and Hodgkins, John

Condition: Very Good (+)/Good

London: G Bell and Sons Ltd, 1965. No marks or inscriptions. A very clean very tight copy with bright unmarked boards, slightly dusty page edges and no bumping to corners. Dusty dust jacket not price clipped with a little marking/rubbing and nicks and chips to edges and corners. 177pp. The authors describe the aim of this book within the game of chess as 'planning, basic ideas and not sequences of moves within a small compass of openings'.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good (+)/Good. 8.75 x 5.5 inches.



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