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KASPAROV: HOW HIS PREDECESSORS MISLED HIM ABOUT CHESS

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$22.95
Item #:
1142
ISBN:
9781906388263
Author:
Tibor Karolyi
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Chess champion Garry Kasparov wrote a best-selling series of books called My Great Predecessors, ascribing his victories to lessons learned from the games of earlier champions. Now, in a humorously titled addition to the series, Karolyi and Aplin turn Kasparovs chess wisdom on its head by analyzing 70 games he lost! Behind the good-natured humor is the idea that every strategic or tactical principle has its exceptions, and the win often comes to the player who knows when standard procedure doesnt apply. A delightfully original commentary on modern chess theory. 271 pgs, paperback, 2009
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