2004, 98 Seiten, kartoniert, englisch
This book covers the great London tournament of 1922 and the new champion of the world 'Capablanca. It mentions his rivals like Alekhine, Bogolyubov, Rubinstein and Vidmar, who have played in the capital since 1899.
Published in 1922, Chess Pie provides the enviroment and feel for the Tournament. There are Biographies of Players with Specimen Games, Past and Present British Champions, a Problem Section and a selection of articles which are completed by Sketches.
Drawings, Autographs, Portraits and a number of advertisements complete this informative and delightful read.