Gerald Abrahams

Gerald Abrahams

Gerald Abrahams was an English chess player, author and barrister, (April 15 1907- March 15 1980).

He is best known for the "Abrahams Defence" and as the author of several books, including "The Chess Mind" (1951) and "Technique in Chess" (1961).

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