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great games, terrible binding
am 16. Februar 1999
What makes Mikhail Tal's games collection different from that of other top GMs is that Tal's personality and unique thinking process shows through in this book. With other chess books, you get the impression of I went to the tournament, played and here are my notes to the games I won.
What struck me about Tal's games is how so many of them were intuitive, i.e., Tal did not analyze to the end but was able to determine that his sac would maintain the initiative and to stop the attack required an immense amount of d calculation, impossible under practical limits.
My only complaint with this book is that the binding started coming apart when I got to page 70 and that's inexcusable for a book costing in excess of $23.