New: Kasparov on the 1986-1987 Karpov-matches

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Kasparov on the 1986-1987 Karpov-matchesAn important moment in chess publishing: Garry Kasparov has written the next episode of his historic clashes with Anatoly Karpov.

The third volume of Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess has just been released. It covers the third and fourth matches (1986-1987) in which the two rivals continued their battle for the World Championship.

Who doesn't remember the 1986 sensational final stages? Kasparov lost three games in a row to see his comfortable lead vanish and, with one game to go, regained his composure just in time.

In 1987, again, the end was nerve-racking. Karpov only needed a draw in the last game to regain the title, but it all turned out differently after a two-day thriller.

Kasparov gives you the inside story, the background details of the games and the matches, as well as in-depth analyses of the games themselves.

Please have a look at Kasparov - Karpov: the 3rd and 4th Matches.
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