The dramatic World Championship match in which Vladimir Kramnik surprisingly overthrew Garry Kasparov, the highest rated chess champion in the history of the game was, thanks to the internet, followed by more chess enthusiasts than any other chess championship match in chess history. This book distills the very best of the comments made by grandmasters on the spot and the players themselves.
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About the Author
Raymond Keene is one of the worlds leading authorities on chess. An International Chess Grandmaster since 1976 and winner of 14 separate British championship titles, he is the author of over 50 books on chess. He is chess correspondent of the London Times and Sunday Times