A Treatise on the Game of Chess by John Cochrane

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By John Cochrane

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The answer suggests itself: since is February 1985 - the date when Campomanes 49 Kasparov vs. Karpov: 1988-2009 terminated our first match for the world championship, citing the critical state of the contestants' health, and the tiredness of the arbiters, organisers, spectators etc. The FIDE President tried to maintain that he was acting 'in the higher interests of chess', basing this on a letter from the Soviet Federation, signed by Sevastyanov. ' The fate of the GMA and the World Cup In the meantime the GMA successfully staged the first World Cup.

His ability to calculate long variations confidently and accurately in complicated positions was staggering ... ' Nikitin: 'The world champion's victory in Amsterdam was complete and impressive. He won all three mini-matches, did not lose a single game, scored more wins than all the others put together, and by a big margin won the prize for the most aggressive player. 'Garry now has an optimal manner of play, and the correct approach to preparation. What is evident is his striving for interesting play in every game, and for intensive work at the board, as Robert Fischer used to do.

From what medical certificate was this unexpected conclusion drawn? Since when have events been stopped, because the contestants do not want to play or in view of their fatigue? The answer suggests itself: since is February 1985 - the date when Campomanes 49 Kasparov vs. Karpov: 1988-2009 terminated our first match for the world championship, citing the critical state of the contestants' health, and the tiredness of the arbiters, organisers, spectators etc. The FIDE President tried to maintain that he was acting 'in the higher interests of chess', basing this on a letter from the Soviet Federation, signed by Sevastyanov.

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