International Chess Magazine
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International Chess Magazine (ICM) was a chess magazine established in 1885 by World Chess Champion Wilhelm Steinitz. The magazine was published until 1891. The magazine was based in United States.
- Early Uses of ‘World Chess Champion’
- The Origin of International Chess Events
- The Collected Works of Wilhelm Steinitz
- Chess Periodicals
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