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Kasparov: Modern Chess Part I-II (of 4).
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Current price : €28,00
Starting bid: €5,00
# of bids: 12
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Location: Sweden
Started: 2018-06-01 01:00:00
Ended: 2018-06-10 19:02:35
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Kasparov: Modern Chess Part I-II (of 4).

The Modern Chess series covers chess opening developments in the 1970s, all of Kasparov's five World Championship matches with Karpov, and his other games with Karpov.


Part One covers the revolution in chess openings of the 1970s in the wake of Fischer. The book covers new ideas in the Hedgehog system, several lines of the Sicilian Defense, the Grünfeld Defense, the Caro-Kann Defense, the Ruy Lopez, the French Defense, the Nimzo-Indian Defense, and others. Complete games are used to illustrate these opening ideas. The book ends with the opinions of 28 experts.

Part Two covers all of the games between Karpov and Kasparov himself through 1985, including their aborted match in 1984 and their 1985 match in which Kasparov became the thirteenth World Champion. Four early games between the two players are included as well as all 48 games of their first match and all 24 games of their second match.

Everyman Publishers, London, hardback with dustjackets. Condition VG. Be aware of the weight: ca. 2,5 kg. 

Condition: VG, like new.

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