1991 SIGNED SPECIAL COVER - CHESS POSTAL HISTORY - CZECH CHESS GRANDMASTER01MV35
LUDEK PACHMANN [1924 - 2003] The Czech grandmaster. He was an icon of the times, a great chess player and a political activist, who after the Soviet invasion of his native Czechoslovakia was tortured almost to death in a Prague cellar. After this harrowing experience Ludek Pachman moved to Germany and started a successful career as a chess columnist and author. He was also one of the first GMs to play a game against a computer. He had a kind of father-son relationship with Bobby Fischer. Signed 1991 special cover honoring chess.
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