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where to learn basic Russian for chess?



 
 
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Old July 29th 03, 12:20 AM
Scott
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are there any good programs (mp3, docs, etc.) to learn the basics of
spoken Russian - so as to understand the names for the pieces,
letters, numbers, chess terms, slang, etc.? Thank you.

-Scott
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Old July 29th 03, 02:17 AM
Robert Musicant
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"Scott" wrote in message
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are there any good programs (mp3, docs, etc.) to learn the basics of
spoken Russian - so as to understand the names for the pieces,
letters, numbers, chess terms, slang, etc.? Thank you.

-Scott


Don't know about a program, but there is a book called "Russian for
Chessplayers" by Hanon Russell.


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Old July 29th 03, 07:18 PM
Tapio Huuhka
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Scott wrote:

are there any good programs (mp3, docs, etc.) to learn the basics of
spoken Russian - so as to understand the names for the pieces,
letters, numbers, chess terms, slang, etc.? Thank you.

-Scott


There's also the Small Chess Dictionary by Averbakh containing all the
FIDE languages. You'll find it at the sahovski.com site (other books).

Tapio

 




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