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Mortal Games

The Turbulent Genius of Garry Kasparov

By (author) Fred Waitzkin
Genres: Chess
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Everyman Chess, London, United Kingdom
Published: 5th Sep 1994
Dimensions: w 138mm h 216mm
Weight: 425g
ISBN-10: 1857444604
ISBN-13: 9781857444605
Barcode No: 9781857444605
Garry Kasparov is the most charismatic and articulate person to hold the world championship since Bobby Fischer. But Kasparov is much more than the greatest chess player of all time, he is an active player in the ongoing Russian political drama, one of the most influential Soviet citizens, and will make a mark on the restructuring of his country. Fred Waitzkin has gained unique access to the man, living with him during the matches with Anatoly Karpov, as he defends his title from his sworn moral enemy, discussing match play in detail and even following him back to his homeland of Azerbaijan to observe his campaign for political office.

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