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Mar 06, Alberto rated it it was ok. Self-serving and disingenuous. May 21, Killua rated it liked it. Let me first say that as a chess player I am a huge Botvinnik fan. His style of play and his approach to the game are something I admire a lot. I was therefore very excited to read this book. Although I have enyojed it from the informational point of view, it was still kind of a mess. There are many abrupt jumps from different names and events to some completely new places and points in time.
To be fair in conclusion Botvinnik admits that himself, but that does not change the fact that I would hav Let me first say that as a chess player I am a huge Botvinnik fan. To be fair in conclusion Botvinnik admits that himself, but that does not change the fact that I would have liked the book much more had it been written at a slower and more detailed pace. I am, despite all that, very glad that such book exists as it offers a more personal glimpse into the life of a chess great.
Mar 07, Tom Ewald is currently reading it. Written in , translated from Russian in Botvinnik's memoirs. I'm halfway through and he's mentioned very little that a non-chess player couldn't understand.
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Achieving the Aim by Botvinnik M M
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Achieving Aim by Botvinnik M M
Achieving the Aim