Title: Marshall's Chess ''Swindles'' comprising Over One Hundred and Twenty-Five of His Best Tournament and Match Games at Chess together with the annotation of the same by himself and other well-known chess authorities, also an analysis of the Queen's Side Openings, with several King's Gambit Novelties and a discussion of the principles of over-the-board chess
Author: Frank J. [James] Marshall
Description: Burgundy cloth boards with gilt lettering on front cover. Front cover has a couple small ink blots, else cloth shows light wear. Small amount of the previous owner's pencil notation on ffep, else unmarked. Two facing-pages have a toned area where some poor-quality paper had been laid-in. Frontispiece showing portraits of Marshall, Herman Behr, Leonardus Nardus, and Prof. Isaac Rice. [viii], 130,  pages. 9 x 6 inches.
Frank James Marshall (1877-1944) was the U.S. Chess Champion from 1909 to 1936.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: American Chess Bulletin
Place: New York
Keywords: chess games, gambit, gambits, openings, analysis, chess champion,
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