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By Tibor Karolyi

Garry Kasparov has ruled the realm of aggressive chess longer than the other global champion. What greater time than now, at the eve of his retirement, to have a good time his exceptional achievements? The interval 1993–1998, lined during this quantity, represents one of many richest stages of his occupation. overseas grasp Tibor Károly has chosen a number of the best video games of these years, and with the aid of today’s laptop courses, analyzes them to a intensity by no means sooner than possible—sometimes correcting the blunders of prior analysts. a distinct examine the brilliance and flexibility of the participant many give some thought to the best of all time.

           

 

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