Morphy's Games of Chess
by Philip Sergeant
A ChessCentral E-Book
Morphy's Games of Chess by Philip Sergeant was, for many players, their first chess book. Certainly in the 85 years since its appearance this classic has inspired thousands to take up our royal game, with its timeless story of fame and tragedy. Now this wonderful book is available once more, in its entirety and better than ever! Paul Morphy was arguably the greatest player who ever lived, and here is the complete record of his amazing career - thoroughly re-edited for the readers of today.
Here's what you get with Morphy's Games of Chess:
* Over 300 games, selected and annotated by Sergeant
* Morphy's complete biography
* 14 text documents with over 10 photos & drawings
* Theme keys and countless "links" for easy use
* Much more!
This digital reincarnation of Sergeant's masterpiece is quick and painless to buy, simple to download, and easy to use. Included in this complete and unabridged recreation of Sergeant's masterpiece are 54 pitched battles against the likes of Anderssen, Paulsen, Harrwitz, Bird, and others. The 100+ "casual" games here are no less intense, and the reader will also find 52 odds games and 52 blindfold games - each one a classic, and thoroughly annotated by Sergeant. In all, over 300 examples of the legendary Morphy in action, ever forward, ever pressing, ever reaching to win!
If you're leaning how to attack in chess, let Morphy be your guide - and if Morphy is your mentor then you need Morphy's Games of Chess today. A great book for the greatest player of them all!