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Endgame Puzzle: August 4, 2009
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Hint: Scotland's Third GM. Author of Chess for Zebras. Received a degree in Philosophy, Economics, and Politics from Oxford.
Quote: " I have come to believe that the kind of learning that is most useful for chess improvement is actually ‘unlearning’.
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