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I have seen a lot of people rate Capablanca higher than Karpov and vice versa but of these two chess legends- Who was better? ( btw I say Karpov)
Fischer, Kasparov, Karpov and Capablanca should make a chess team!
Capablanca. He's on the top of my list of all-time best.
Have to disagree with you there, he ranks 4th on mine.
1. B. Fischer
2. G. Kasparov
Actually, having read more about capa I'm really torn between them !
Interesting comparison, TheProfessor. Capablanca was a big influence on Karpov.
Who would you pick?
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