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I've been reading through the games of Tarrasch and commentaries about his games. I find I have an affinity and grasp of his concepts (which is not true of a large swath of high level historical players.) I was very anxious to get this book and ripped the box open with high anticipation.
Imagine my disappointment when they hadn't even bothered to translate this into algebraic notation! I cut my teeth on descriptive notation but it has been abandoned for good reason. I find it easy to sit in a coffee shop and read through a game in algebraic notation but not one in descriptive.
If you like or are at least comfortable with a book in descriptive notation then I really don't have any valuable comments as I sent the book back unread.
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Fred Reinfeld (January 27, 1910 – May 29, 1964) was an American writer on chess and many other subjects.
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