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My Best Games In 1975, Anatoly Karpov was declared chess champion of the world when the eccentric Bobby Fischer declined to defend his title against his Russian challenger. "Tolya" went on to prove that he was no paper tiger over the next three decades, during which he held the FIDE world championship for 17 years and won more than 160 major chess tournaments, an all-time record. The unique career of the Russia... Full description


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Great Book! 9 juin 2011
Par Chess player - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a really good book. I am rated 2100+ and I have found this book to be very useful for further progress. The nice thing about it, is that Karpov does put some rather lengthy lines, but he also includes very nice explanations on what he was thinking at the moment of the move. These explanations are great for further understanding chess in general. I would highly recommend this book for all 1500+ players.
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Special Games Collection 22 mai 2013
Par R. Tobias - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a special volume, the best 100 games of one of the strongest players in history, annotated in great detail. The games themselves are of the very highest quality, and the annotations are a fine blend of insightful commentary and in-depth analysis. There is enough background information to add quite a bit of interest, but do not think that you are going to get any real insight into Karpov the man. This book is all about the chess, and what chess it is! Karpov was known for a very unique style, positional and strategic, with the capacity to strangle opponents, not giving them any chance for counterplay. A remarkable characteristic of his play is that he sometimes reached positions where most or even all of his pieces were on his first rank, and yet they still dominated the board! The games cover the years from 1968 to 2003, covering essentially his entire career (his quality of play has dropped dramatically in recent years). This book is not really for casual players. Read through a wide variety of more basic games collections before tackling this one, as there is no 'hand-holding', no explanations of elementary principles. If you are rated 2000 USCF or higher, you will love this book, lower rated players will certainly benefit to an extent, but will be lost at many points due to the highly sophisticated play and lack of basic instruction. Highly recommended.
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A Great Selection and Comments 5 septembre 2008
Par Ali Pourahmadi Laleh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Like always, Karpov has been great in selection of 100 number of his best games and explaining the games strategies and moments. I Loved It!
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Games of the world champion. 27 février 2013
Par Ellis E. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
How can you not love the world champion's favorite games. Especially Karpov's games, the Russian machine's Fischer beater. Truly a shame that the match never occurred.
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One should be fair to Karpov and Lasker. 1 août 2008
Par Wan Koon Yat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Why I was young, I don't like Karpov's or Capablanca's games. My feeling
is the the win was mechanical and boring I like attacking players like Alekhine, especially Adolf Anderson, the winner of the " Immortal Game. " But as I grow older, my taste change, players like Tal, Shirov, Judit, there games I still like, but I also now appreaciate the games of Karpov. His stategy is excellent. If one have patience to play through his games, the games are as enjoyable as Kasparov's or Alekhine. Why I mention Lasker, I think he with Karpov do not have the respect from Chess Fans. Lasker and Karpov, from any point of view, concerning their results, playing stregth, must be included in the greatest players of all time. Fischer's style is in between Karpov and Kasparov. So that is why Fischer's games are so fascintating. But it is pity for chess fans that Fischer did not play after becoming Champion. Imagine the following scenario, if Fischer continued to play, Karpov, even if the aborted championship acutally held and even if Karpov lost, Karpov would still improved. Then comes Kasparov. Then let us imagine a year in 1980s, say 1985. Fischer at that tme is 42, if still active, then he still would be one of the or the the strongest players in the world, Karpov,at his peak in 1985, then the rising star Kasparov, if these 3 greatest player of all time play to each other, friends, imagine what happen!! But this is just a dream!!! I then woke up.In this occasion, I also like to protest for Lasker for not including in greatest players of all time of chess. His strong middle and endgame technique,his shart tactis, he held the longest records of championhip for 27 years, he played still very strong even if he grew old, ( Alekhine, even at his best, just won ONE game from Lasker when Lasker waslong long time passing his peak ). So no matter how other people think, I think Lasker
must be ranked as one of the greatest chess players of all time!!!
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