Former chess champions are often content to rest on their laurels. Not Garry Kasparov. Kasparov, who turned 50 on April 13, was still No. 1 in the world . But he is busier than ever. , agitating for change. He does not have much to show for his ... New York Times, 1 month ago
Kasparov on Candidates Tournament: Aronian was almost there - PanARMENIAN Network, 1 month ago
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Consensus between Moscow and Washington is a myth, says opposition leader and chess player Garry Kasparov in his article in The Wall Street Journal. When US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Moscow on Tuesday to meet his Russian counterpart ...Kavkaz-Center, 1 week ago Kasparov leaves leadership of Solidarity opposition movement Voice of Russia, 1 month ago Russians Losing Trust in Opposition Leaders - Survey RIA Novosti, 1 week ago
Former world chess champion and Russian dissident Garry Kasparov will be given an award for human rights in Geneva by the organization UN Watch. Kasparov is an outspoken critic of the policies of Vladimir Putin and was beaten and detained by Russian ...World Radio Switzerland, 1 month ago Russian Dissident & Chess Champion Wins Human Rights Award Scoop, 1 month ago North Korean Defector Wins Human Rights Award Canada Free Press, 1 day ago
Highlights of this day in history: Charges dropped against Daniel Ellsberg in the Pentagon Papers case; Garry Kasparov loses a chess match against IBM's... See also Highlights of this day in history: Charges dropped against Daniel Ellsberg in the ...Mail.com, 1 week ago Today in History May 12 Mail.com, 1 week ago
Garry Kasparov, the famous chess grand master, was once asked how many moves ahead he was able to see. He answered that he could not necessarily see the game many moves ahead. In fact he said, a player looking eight moves ahead [faces] as many ...Leader.co.za, 2 weeks ago
ABU DHABI //Before yesterday 12-year-old Khalid Al Ameri had never heard of chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov. Now the pupil from British International School-Abu Dhabi (Bisad) can say he has met the world's youngest-ever world chess champion. Soon ...Abu Dhabi National, 2 months ago
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Let me confess. There are sportspersons on the planet who never come in the vicinity of my idiosyncratic, critical eye. And they have won my deep respect. Garry Kasparov is on the top of this short list. When he visited New Delhi in 2009, I could ...Times of India, 1 week ago
Uganda's teenage sensation Phiona Mutesi is perhaps the world's most unlikely chess champion. Having grown up in one of Kampala's poorest slums, she is now a national champion, chess mentor and one of a growing cadre of girls benefiting from the ...Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 month ago Phiona Mutesi meets Oprah New Vision, 1 month ago
PUNE: If Bobby Fischer had played the World championship chess match (instead of forfeiting the title) and defeated Anatoly Karpov in 1975, the chess history might have been different. And assuming that the charismatic American had retained his ...Times of India, 1 month ago Starting young, dreaming big The Hindu, 3 weeks ago World Chess Champion Game Collection ZDNet, 4 weeks ago A shot in the arm for chess New Indian Express, 1 month ago
LOTHAR SCHMID Chess grandmaster and referee10-5-1928 — 18-5-2013 Lothar Schmid, a German chess grandmaster who was the referee for three of the most contentious World Chess Championship matches ever played, including the volatile 1972 contest ...Melbourne Age, 13 hours ago SANDS: Remembering German chess grandmaster Schmid Washington Times, 20 hours ago Checkmate! Winning Life Strategies of a Chess Grandmaster Psychology Today, 2 weeks ago Robert Byrne, Chess Grandmaster, Dies at 84 New York Times, 1 month ago
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