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1 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 11, November 1969
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 434-475. Cover features Anatoly Karpov winning the World Junior Chess Championship in Stockholm. Article on The United States Open by George Koltanowski. Observation Point by Miro Radojcic. Triumph of a Dark Horse by Robert Byrne. Booster Chess by William Goichberg. Benko's Bafflers by Pal Benko. SMI's Southwestern Open by Burt Hochberg. The Art of Positional Play by Sammy Reshevsky. Industrial Chess by Matt Pavitt. The Rubinstein Memorial: Polanica Zdroj, 1969 by Anthony Saidy. The Fifth Game Annotated by Boris Spassky. Address label to cover, Small inset articl on The Second Annual National High School Championship highlighted else Very Good. 
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2 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXIV, Number 12, December 1969
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1969 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 478-539. The San Juan International by Arthur Bisguier. IBM International by Robert Byrne. Article on the 37th USSR Championship. Game of the Month is Rashomon. Observation Point by Miro Radojcic: Forever Second, Forever Liked. Spotlight on Openings: King's Indian Defense - Samisch Variation - Taimanov System by H. Bouwmeester. Sixty-Five Years in American Chess by Norman T. Whitaker. Larry Evans on Chess. Address label to cover, one line highlighted else Very Good. 
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3 Hochberg, Burt, editor
Chess Life & Review, Volume XXV, Number 4, April 1970
Newburgh: United States Chess Federation, 1970 
8.5"x11" Wraps. Illustrated periodical. pp 178-235. Cover features Ray Martin, American Open Champion. Looking Back on the American Open, Santa Monica, CA, November 1969 by Carl L. Budd. Tournament at Raach, Second European Zonal Tournament by Dr. Petar Trifunovic. Spassky Speaks by Dimitrije Bjelica. Coudar, McGill Win North American Intercollegiate by Prof. Seth C. Hawkins. Steven Hohensee Is Armed Forces Champion. Address label to cover, spine separated above and below staples, Articled highlighted: Attendance Record Broken at Los Angeles Scholastic Open else Very Good. 
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