Winning Correspondence Chess
76 pages, paperback, Caissa Editions, 1997
This book tells you about winning the World Correspondence Chess Federation's World Championship Tournament and shows the fourteen winning games.
It also tells you about the International Correspondence Chess scene. How to enter a tournament, the Organizations, addresses. It cautions you in your approach.
It promotes original opening play and staying away from deep studies of opening manuals. It promotes an approach like that of Lasker and not of Botvinnik. The suggestions given here may improve your game by many rating points.
Finally, there are given twenty-six more of the author's annotated games, sorted to help you understand the various nuances of Correspondence Chess.
P. O. Box 126484
San Diego, CA 1996