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Kasparov: How His Predecessors Misled Him About Chess

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Following his retirement, Garry Kasparov published a series of books in which he analysed the playing styles of his twelve predecessors as world chess champion. The authors of this lighthearted response adopt Kasparov’s persona as they annotate more than 130 games, both famous and lesser-known, to identify moments when he lost or made serious errors by following too closely the methods of those same champions of yesteryear.

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Kasparov: How His Predecessors Misled Him About Chess

Kasparov: How His Predecessors Misled Him About Chess

Paperback272pp Illustrated228x153mm

9781906388263     Product Code: 501091

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Following his retirement, Garry Kasparov published a series of books in which he analysed the playing styles of his twelve predecessors as world chess champion. The authors of this lighthearted response adopt Kasparov’s persona as they annotate more than 130 games, both famous and lesser-known, to identify moments when he lost or made serious errors by following too closely the methods of those same champions of yesteryear.

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