Match for the World Chess Championship Mikhail Botvinnik-David Bronstein Moscow 1951 by Mikhail Botvinnik
(Progress in Chess)

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Three years after winning the world championship, Mikhail Botvinnik had to defend his title against the challenge of David Bronstein. Though out of practice and largely outplayed by his brilliant young opponent, Botvinnik ably demonstrated his fighting abilities and ultimately retained his title. All 24 games are deeply annotated.

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Published September 15, 2004 by Olms. 124 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment.