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Champions of the New Millennium

The Ideal Guide to Who is Who in Modern Chess

In Champions of the New Millennium three accomplished authors present the eighteen best chess players in the world today. Each player is introduced with an illuminating profile, and then four of his or her finest games are explained in depth.

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In Champions of the New Millennium three accomplished authors present the eighteen best chess players in the world today. Each player is introduced with an illuminating profile, and then four of his or her finest games are explained in depth. These players are: The current top ten: Anand, Kramnik, Topalov, Morozevich, Svidler, Mamedyarov, Shirov, Leko, Ivanchuk, Aronian. The stars likely to dominate the next decade: Karjakin, Carlsen, Radjabov, Wang Yue, Ponomariov and Grischuk. The best female player ever, Judit Polgar. And finally, World Championship finalist and comeback kid, American star Gata Kamsky. Champions of the New Millennium is the ideal guide to who's who in modern chess.

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ISBN 9781906552022
Author/s Danny Kopec, Lubomir Ftacnik, Walter Browne
Pages 449 Pages
Publication Date Sep 30, 2008
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Book Binding Type Paperback

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