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The Indian Chessmaster Malik Mir Sultan Khan

220 pages, paperback, Beyer, 1. edition 2018

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Englische Übersetzung des Titels "Der indische Meister Sultan Khan"

Art.-Nr. LXGEIDIMMMSK

In 1929, Malik Mir Sultan Khan (born in 'British India' in 1905) came to England. There, the young man who belonged to the entourage of an Indian diplomat, soon entered the world stage of chess. He earned remarkable tournament successes, and was temporarily one of the ten best players in the world. However, the amazing career ended abruptly in 1933 when Khan returned to his home country. He never played chess on an international level again, and died in 1966. This book traces the exceptional life of this chess master, as far as the narrow sources allow.

Ulrich Geilmann (born in 1963) has already published two chess novels in German. He graduated as an urban planner and works in the public sector. He is an amateur chess player and a member of the Emanuel Lasker Gesellschaft (Emanuel Lasker Society). For a certain period he was the manager of a team which competed in the highest German league (Bundesliga). On the Internet he reports regularly and in a witty narrative style about his various experiences at chess tournaments.

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Weight 370 g
Manufacturer Beyer
Width 14,7 cm
Height 21 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2018
Author Ulrich Geilmann
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 978-3959209731
Pages 220
Binding paperback

007 Foreword

009 The Travel Companions

012 A Keen Second

014 Playing Chess Aboard the Corfu

015 The Servant

018 Roadmap to Farne

021 In England

025 Miss Fatima

029 Competing With the Great Masters

032 The Next Day

037 Conversation in the Cabin

042 1933

044 Epilogue

046 Game fragments and analyzes

052 Collection of annotated games

208 Tables

215 Postscript - notes of thanks - dedication

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