By Ken Smith
Sequel to 'ART OF assault' * The period of TAL, FISCHER & KASPAROV the nice vintage "The paintings of assault by way of Vukovic" ends with the Alekhine era---the final instance being in 1947. within the 1950's a brand new new release emerged beginning with the bold play of Mikhail Tal. He and his contemporaries are the place we start this ebook, taking the reader throughout the 1980's. The chapters are (1) Attacking The King Which cannot citadel, (2) Attacking The Uncastled King. (3) Attacking the Kingside Castled place, (4) St. George assault, (5) Greek reward assault, (6) protecting Measures, (7) Attacking the other part, (8) Counterattacking, (9) nice Attacking avid gamers together with Tal's bold Sacrificial assaults, Fischer's clinical sort, Karpov's Fiery Attacking kind. an outstanding booklet for avid gamers of all strengths. 168 pages, algebraic, modern limp colour conceal. * 168 Pages - OP 1st Ed - 1988 - eightvo PB-10 Chapters! MINT Paperback!! FROM 1988!!! * Out of Print tremendous infrequent FIRST English version Paperback instantly from the writer, CHESS DIGEST, Ken Smith, Dallas, TX out of the particular printer's case, from the 2006 overall acquisition of the Chess Digest/Ken Smith/Dallas, TX property via Edward Labate. * Pages MINT, binding MINT. no longer a the rest or ex-library. buy (2) or extra separately indexed goods right here on Amazon, and that i will improve your united states delivery to precedence Mail (2-3 days supply estimate) at no extra cost * also, while 'earning' unfastened transport, you furthermore may qualify for a " 'Thank You' Gift". when you are performed making your decisions, please ship me an e mail inquiring for that I 'correct' your transport to unfastened & Upgraded, in addition to to allow me be aware of your number of your " 'Thank You' Gift"!! * 23 hr delivery or quicker!! competently packaged with supply monitoring, with confirming e-mail to the customer. From a SMOKE-FREE domestic. thanks for vacationing - Edward Labate, nationwide Chess grasp!
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The other operators are all men some young and some old. At first a few of the young men were rude. When they passed me they would touch my hair and talk about my eyes and my red cheeks, and make jokes. I cried and said that if they did not stop I would leave the place. The boss said that that should not be, that no one must annoy me. Some of the other men stood up for me, too, especially Henry, who said two or three times that he wanted to fight. Now the men all treat me very nicely. It was just that some of them did not know better, not being educated.
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