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Garry Kasparov's chess challenge

Author: G K Kasparov; Kenneth P Neat
Publisher: London : Cadogan Chess, 1996.
Series: Cadogan chess books
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"In this stimulating book for players of all ages, Garry Kasparov selects the best chess combinations from recent grandmaster play and presents them in a test-yourself format that everyone will enjoy. Whether your are a beginner discovering chess tactics for the first time or a master seeking to brush up on your skills, this book is sure to be a useful addition to your chess armoury. The cream of recent chess  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Collections of games
Named Person: G K Kasparov
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G K Kasparov; Kenneth P Neat
ISBN: 1857441974 9781857441970
OCLC Number: 35666630
Notes: Includes index.
Translated from the Russian.
Description: 95 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The Queen --
The Rook --
The Bishop --
The Knoght --
The Exchange Sacrifice --
The Pawn --
The Tests --
Solutions to the tests.
Series Title: Cadogan chess books
Responsibility: by Garry Kasparov ; translated and edited by Ken Neat.

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"In this stimulating book for players of all ages, Garry Kasparov selects the best chess combinations from recent grandmaster play and presents them in a test-yourself format that everyone will enjoy. Whether your are a beginner discovering chess tactics for the first time or a master seeking to brush up on your skills, this book is sure to be a useful addition to your chess armoury. The cream of recent chess combinations, dozens of fascinating chess positions, suitable for novice and master alike, and written by the world's finest attacking player. Since defeating Anatoly Karpov for the world championship in 1985, Garry Kasparov has successfully defended his title on no less than five occasions, thereby establishing himself as the greatest player of his generation, if not all time." -- Book cover.

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