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My Great Predecessors - Seagaard - Chess Reviews Title: My Great Predecessors Part 1, Author: Garry Kasparov This book by Garry Kasparov about his predecessors is the first in a series of three about Cuban only needed five wins to retain his title, he could well have remained champion. Kingpin Chess Magazine » We Need to Talk about Garry, Part 3 16 Nov 2015 Followers of Garry Kasparov on Facebook will have noted that he has.. the snake-pit which Global Capitalism reliably falls into every five years or so? Did you think that Kasparov actually wrote 'My Great Predecessors'? Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors part 1, Garry ... to win three games, and in the final – five. Morphy easily reached the final (9 wins and one draw!), where he crushed (+5 -1 =2) the well-known German master 

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My Great Predecessors Combined Volumes 1 - 5 My Great Predecessors Combined Volumes 1 - 5 Garry Kasparov, who is universally acclaimed as the greatest chessplayer ever, subjects the play of his Part I features the play of champions Wilhelm Steinitz (1886-1894), Emanuel Lasker 

Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors part 1, Garry ... to win three games, and in the final – five. Morphy easily reached the final (9 wins and one draw!), where he crushed (+5 -1 =2) the well-known German master