Kasparov v Short 1993

the official book of the match by Raymond D. Keene

Publisher: Batsford in London

Written in English
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StatementRaymond Keene.
The Physical Object
Pagination145p. :
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21668717M
ISBN 100713472820

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Batsford Chess Library: Kasparov vs. Short The Official Book of the Match by Raymond Keene (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Product Information. The World Championship match in September is the most eagerly awaited chess event for several years: this book records the only previous match between Kasparov and Short, a speed challenge match.

wordfunph: from GM Raymond Keene's book Contenders for the Crown. Feb piroflip: A lot of sniping at Nigel here. He emerged from his matches as the top challenger and deserved his chance. Get this from a library. Kasparov v. Short the official book of the match. [Raymond D Keene]. Nov DaveyL: I read Dominic Lawson's book, but there's no mention of the idea coming from idea of playing Kasparov off against Fischer is an intriguing one - and fits in with Short's use first of the.

Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, Part II: by Garry Kasparov avg rating — 19 Kasparov v Short 1993 book — published — 2 editions. Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess, Part 4: Kasparov v Karpov by Garry Kasparov. Between and Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov contested five long matches for the World Championship.

This fourth volume of the series ‘Garry Kasparov Read More. Garry Kasparov grew up in Baku, Azerbaijan (USSR) and became the youngest ever world chess champion in at the age of He held that title until He retired from professional chess in March to found the United Civil Front in Russia, and has dedicated himself to establishing free and fair elections in his homeland.

This period witnessed three further World Championship matches: wins against Short (London ) and Anand (New York ) before the loss against Kramnik (London ) which finally ended Kasparov's year tenure as world champion. This period also saw Kasparov achieve a colossal rating (), a record which stood until Source: transcript of a Kasparov v Short 1993 book conversation between Keene and Kasparov on page 17 of the above-mentioned Kasparov v Short match book.

The heading on page 15 was: ‘An Historic Conversation.’ Page 3 of Kasparov v Short (Moscow, ) stated regarding the Professional Chess Association, ‘this body was grounded in May ’.

The Inner Game: Short V. Kasparov Hardcover – 3 Dec In September Nigel Short was be the first ever British chess player to challenge for the World Chess Crown. The match with Gari Kasparov was an historic one and Dominic Lawson was one of the few journalists allowed behind the scenes.

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Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Associated-names Lawson, Dominic. Inner game Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Sony Alpha-A (Control)Pages:   Kasparov used a very similar strategy to defeat Nigel Short in one of their world championship games from Says Dan, displaying a weirdly encyclopedic knowledge of Kasparov's previous matches.

Short-Kasparov, ‎ GM Johnathan Rowson wrote in his excellent book The Seven Deadly Chess Sins about the Kasparov-Short match, and about Short’s difficulties in finishing Kasparov off in a few games.

He said something to the effect that – due to Kasparov’s higher rating and his large plus score against Short in previous games. This book, the fifth in Garry Kasparov's magnificent history of the World Chess Championship, catalogues the ''post-Fischer'' period in the 's and early 's.

This period was dominated by Anatoly Karpov (world champion from ) and his three-time challenger, Viktor Korchnoi. GARRY KASPAROV ON GARRY KASPAROV - Part lll: is the 12th and possibly the last book in a series that Garry Kasparov first started inwhich includes: * My Great Predecessors Part I (, Everyman Chess) * My Great Predecessors Part II (, Everyman Chess) * My Great Predecessors Part III (, Everyman Chess).

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Garry Kasparov (Russia) rated - Nigel Short (England) rated Results: Kasparov won the games match against the challenger (4 wins, one loss), but as this match was not authorized by the FIDE (World Chess Organisation), they took the title away from Kasparov and removed him and Short from the FIDE rating list afterwards.

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Kasparov V. Short The Official Book of the Match by Raymond D. Keene avg rating — 9 ratings — published — 5 editions. Garry Kasparov (born 13 April in Baku, Azerbaijan) is a Russian chess grandmaster and political activist. He was born with the name Garry Weinstein, and is partly of Jewish descent.

He was the World Chess Champion from to In he broke away from FIDE to make a rival organisation (the PCA), because he felt FIDE had failed to raise enough money for world title : 13 April (age 56), Baku, Azerbaijan Soviet.

Garry Kasparov’s track-record as a writer may generously be called patchy. The early triumph of The Test of Time (Oxford, ) was followed by the calamitous Child of Change (London, ). Kasparov Against the World, co-written with Daniel King (New York, ), received warm plaudits, but in Kasparov’s Predecessors series the first volume (London, ) was particularly shameful for its.

CONTENTS Contents Introduction to the Second Edition 6 Introduction to the Edition 8 1 V. Anand – V. Inkiov, Calcutta 9 2 V. Anand – K. Ninov, World Junior Championship, Baguio City 14 3 V.

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