by Olimpiu G. Urcan
Undoubtedly, the most valuable chess history research is that which concentrates on little-explored primary material, old newspaper chess columns included. Immersed in such vast material either in a local library's microfilm section or logged in to a digital repository online, an experienced researcher generally keeps in mind two distinct matters: first, precise information closely related to a specific undergoing project (e.g., a biography, a history of a chess club, a to...
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