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Chess Life Magazine - February 1996 Issue

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The February 1996 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features the chess art of Mark Kostabi, who designed many sketches of chess, particularly during the 1995 World Championship match between Kasparov and Anand. There are also articles inside on the FIDE Congress and on the World Championship match.

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