The Chess Diary of Young Rudolf Spielmann
The Growing Pains of a Chess Genius
We get to watch a brilliant young man in the early stages of putting himself together. Rudolf Spielmann was a chess genius wrestling not only with chess theory and chess players over the board. He had to put up with much nonsense and, most importantly, figure out who he was as a player. He would truly peak in the 1920s with some superb tournament performances. It all started with the games and thoughts in this notebook.
Edited by Dale Brandreth and Pete Tamburro - Translated by Dr. Albrecht Buschke
Limited 500 copies Edition
Paperback, 88 pages, American Chess Magazine Publishing
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