(Fateful Moments from the Chess History). The book presents important evetns and storires from the history of chess, arranged chronologically from the 11th century to the present. Games, players, tournaments, chess composition, literature, curiosities and other themes are sorted into 30 chapters. The book includes articles on Al-Suli, Alfonso el-Sabio, Lucena 1496, Philidor and his first book 1749, Kemeplen 1769, Paul Morphy, Samuel Loyd, tournament in Baden-Baden 1870, match Lasker-Schlechter 1910, St. Peterburg 1914, Mir Sultan Khan, Stefana Zweigs Schachnovelle, Marcel Duchamp, Henri Rinck, Spasski-Fischer 1972, Karpov-Korchnoi 1978, the hardest chess compositon 1980, Magnus Carlsen, etc. All richly accompanied with bw illustrations and photos. Michael Ehn is chess historian and collector, Hugo Kastner is teacher and chess trainer. This is their third common book.