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This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents and linked Footnotes

CONTENTS
PART I
CHAPTER I
First Principles: Endings, Middle-game and Openings
CHAPTER II
Further Principles in End-game Play
CHAPTER III
Planning a Win in Middle-game Play
CHAPTER IV
General Theory
CHAPTER V
End-game Strategy
CHAPTER VI
Further Openings and Middle-games

PART II
ILLUSTRATIVE GAMES
1. Queen's Gambit Declined (Match, 1909)
White: F. J. Marshall. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
2. Queen's Gambit Declined (San Sebastian, 1911)
White: A. K. Rubinstein. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
3. Irregular Defence (Havana, 1913)
White: D. Janowski. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
4. French Defence (St. Petersburg, 1913)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: E. A. Snosko-Borovski. 
5. Ruy Lopez (St. Petersburg, 1914)
White: Dr. E. Lasker. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
6. French Defence (Rice Memorial Tournament, 1916)
White: O. Chajes. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
7. Ruy Lopez (San Sebastian, 1911)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: A. Burn. 
8. Centre Game (Berlin, 1913)
White: J. Mieses. Black: J. R. Capablanca. 
9. Queen's Gambit Declined (Berlin, 1913)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: R. Teichmann. 
10. Petroff Defence (St. Petersburg, 1914)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: F. J. Marshall. 
11. Ruy Lopez (St. Petersburg, 1914)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: D. Janowski. 
12. French Defence (New York, 1918)
White: J. R. Capablanca. Black: O. Chajes. 
13. Ruy Lopez (New York, 1918)
White: J. S. Morrison. Black: J.R. Capablanca. 
14. Queen's Gambit Declined (New York, 1918)
White: F. J. Marshall. Black: J.R. Capablanca.

About the Author
"José Raúl Capablanca y Graupera (1888 – 1942) was a Cuban chess player who was world chess champion from 1921 to 1927. One of the greatest players of all time, he was renowned for his exceptional endgame skill and speed of play. Due to his achievements in the chess world, mastery over the board and his relatively simple style of play he was nicknamed the "Human Chess Machine"." -- Wikipedia
 

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