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The third volume of the extraordinary work of Garry Kasparov aims to Tigran Petrosian and Boris Spassky.

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The third volume of the extraordinary work of Garry Kasparov aims to Tigran Petrosian and Boris Spassky.

They rode the turbulent sixties when a great deaf as Beethoven, reminded us that the beauty of chess is not only found in the romantic sacrifices. Many games of Tigran Petrosian impress a melodic thread that links the movements until the outcome almost always elegant. Although the Armenians used to listen to Tchaikovsky before his duels, another world champion, Mikhail Tal, likened his art to that of Liszt, perhaps because of the great complexity that unites them: the Hungarian piano sonatas are so difficult to interpret as Petrosian subtle maneuvers.

Feints to the left and jump on the right, material deliveries, and previous long term even thought define rival prophylaxis genius, unfairly labeling their ties without a fight. Something similar happens with his successor, Boris Spassky, who can compare with Mozart by the immense talent of both, but the Austrian was hyperactive and the ex-Soviet, now French Teacher vagrancy. However, despite almost always speak of him as a bit player in the great film Bobby Fischer, Spassky is one of the largest in history, the tenth world champion, with all the credit. His work and that of Petrosian are heard in this book under the wonderful leadership of Gary Kasparov, who also does justice with four champions but were not virtuosos: Gligorić, Polugaevsky, Portisch and Stein, the openers luxury of a masterful concert.

  • Editorial Ed. Meran
  • Autor Kasparov, Garry
  • Format 17 x 24 cm.
  • Binding Paperback
  • Pages 396
  • Edition 1ª 10 / 2005
  • Language Spanish
  • ISBN 84-932593-5-7
  • EAN-13 9788493259358
  • Temas middlegame
  • Collections My Great Predecessors
  • Year of publication 2005

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