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Although Fischer had ended his formal education at age 16, he subsequently taught himself several foreign languages, to gain access to foreign chess periodicals.
From its beginning in 1933, Chess Review had been the leading U.S. chess periodical.
No one clapped or cheered or raced forward to embrace the young winner of an event that would be written about in chess periodicals around the world.
At approximately the same time, Charles Stanley started another American chess periodical, The American Chess Magazine.
He edited the Soviet chess periodicals Shakhmaty v SSSR and Shakhmatny Bulletin.
The American Chess Bulletin was a chess periodical that was published monthly (November-April) and bi-monthly (May-October) from 1904 to 1963.
He co-authored 'Unorthodox Openings' along with Eric Schiller, for Batsford publishers in 1987, and has been a frequent contributor to 'Chess Life' magazine and other chess periodicals.
He wrote a chess column for various local newspapers and collaborated with many outstanding chess periodicals like Shakmati Listock (later Shakhmaty v SSSR), l'Échiquier Belge and Échec et Mat.
They were taken by Jerome Bibuld, a chess photo-journalist who has taken pictures of chess matches and players around the world and published in chess periodicals in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia.
No one knows how many have been printed..." The world's largest chess library, the John G. White Collection at the Cleveland Public Library, contains over 32,000 chess books and serials, including over 6,000 bound volumes of chess periodicals.