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Synopsis. This book brings together the two greatest names in the history of chess. The author, Garry Kasparov, is the world number one, and by common. Jump to Book data - My Great Predecessors, Part II. Everyman Chess. p. ISBN Kasparov, Garry . My Great Predecessors My Great Predecessors · Modern Chess · Garry Kasparov on Garry · Reception. Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors - VOLUME IV In this book, a must for all serious chessplayers, Kasparov analyses deeply Fischer's.
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If he was on form, he'd have killed Karpov the same way he killed everyone else. If he was having a mental crisis, anything could have happened.
Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors, Part 4 - Garry Kasparov:
Kasparov had to work his ass off to beat Karpov, and it's impossible for him to think that someone might have swept him away without apparent effort.
To an outsider, this is unfortunately obvious.
my great predecessors volume 4 It's a fantastic book of course. With the participation of Kasparov, our analysts human and siliconand of course you, the reader, we will dig deeply into every game in the book.
As was anticipated, the first volume of My Great Predecessors provoked a great number of diverse comments in the press.
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Some analytical mistakes were also discovered. But this is nothing terrible!
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Modern Chess, Part One: Revolution in the 70s. Modern Chess, Part Two: Kasparov vs Karpov Modern Chess, Part Three: Modern Chess, Part Four: Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, Part 1: He made extreme demands of all those around him, including tournament organizers.
When these demands were not met he often refused to play. The match against Spassky required the intervention of no less than Henry Kissinger to smooth things over.