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I just bought this off ebay. I dont really know the price of chess books. Was this a good deal do you think?
Heres the link
been looking at the books yes you got some good ones.spassky and fischer books your learn from. plus think like a master is also good.spend time studying and you will get better good luck.
great deal imo.
as long as you know how to read traditional notation (i.e. P-K4 instead of e4) then it's a good deal. Otherwise, no. My dad has a ton of books written with the the traditional notation that I just can't read.
Yes i find it easier to read the old style notation. I used to hate it, but after playing through loads of games with it ive began to like it alot more than the new style.
I guess i got a good deal then
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