Semyon Furman - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • The Complete Games of World Champion Anatoly Karpov, by K.J. O'Connell, D.N.L. Levy, and J.B. Adams, London, Batsford 1976, ISBN 978-0-7134-3141-4
  • Chess is My Life, by Anatoly Karpov (translated from the Russian by Ken Neat), London, Pergamon 1980
  • Karpov on Karpov: Memoirs of a Chess World Champion, by Anatoly Karpov (translated from the Russian by Todd Bludeau), New York, Atheneum (McMillan) 1991, ISBN 978-0-689-12060-2
  • The Sorcerer's Apprentice, by David Bronstein and Tom Furstenberg, London, Cadogan 1995, ISBN 978-0-689-12060-2
  • Russian Silhouettes: Portraits of the Heroes of a Vanished Age (Paperback) by Genna Sosonko, Interchess BV, ISBN 978-90-5691-078-5 (Has an excellent chapter devoted to biography of Semyon Furman).

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