Kasparov's Fighting Chess 1999-2005

By: Karolyi, Tibor and Nick Aplin

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In the original publisher's pictorial card covers. NIce smooth spine, looks unread near as new, but one small mauve spot to the page fore-edges near the rear of the book, so can't be listed as New. Internally No Inscriptions or Marks. 336 pp. Illustrated in b/w with the usual chess diagram examples. "Garry Kasparov has dominated the world of competitive chess for longer than any world champion. The period 1999-2005 represents one of the most fascinating and controversial phases of his career, including repeated and frustrated attempts to reunify the world championship. Following his retirement, this must-have guide is a celebration of the final years of one of the greatest players of our time. A large selection of games are covered, accompanied by in-depth annotation and analysis". See Images; Batsford Chess; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall

Title: Kasparov's Fighting Chess 1999-2005

Author Name: Karolyi, Tibor and Nick Aplin

Categories: Sport & Games/Chess, Biography. Essays. Letters. Diaries,

Edition: Presumed First UK Edition

Publisher: London, B. T. Batsford Ltd: 2006

ISBN Number: 0713489847

ISBN Number 13: 9780713489842

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID: 114757

Keywords: Kasparov's Fighting Chess 1999-2005 By Tibor Karolyi And Nick Aplin Garry Kasparov Has Dominated The World Of Competitive Chess For Longer Than Any World Champion. The Period 1999-2005 Represents One Of The Most Fascinating And Controversial Phases Of His Career, Including Repeated And Frustrated Attempts To Reunify The World Championship. Following His Retirement, This Must-have Guide Is A Celebration Of The Final Years Of One Of The Greatest Players Of Our Time. Chess.