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Irving Chernev

Irving Chernev (19001981) was a prolific Russian-American chess author.


  • Don't fiddle while Byrne roams!
    • Advice passed to the chess player and teacher Jack Collins while watching chess master Robert Byrne snip off his pawns
    • The Bright Side of Chess (Hollis and Carter, 1952)
  • The greatest compliment one can pay a master is to compare him with Capablanca.
    • The Chess Companion, (Faber & Faber, 1970)

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