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Kasparov

Garry , real name Garik Weinstein. born 1963, Armenian-Jewish chess player, born in Azerbaijan: world champion (1985--93); PCA world champion (1993--2000)
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Kasparov, whose nickname of 'The Beast' was earned by his bullish behaviour, has previous form at challenging Fide.
However, even the limited confrontation in Eastern Ukraine claimed lives of soldiers returning from Ukraine, there were major efforts to conceal the numbers," said Kasparov.
Kasparov, who has worked with current world champion Magnus Carlsen, is concerned at the trend of young players getting overly dependent on machines and data.
Kasparov had one of the most storied careers in chess history, becoming the youngest-ever world chess champion in 1985 at age 22, then holding the No.
But Kasparov, having recovered from his embarrassing defeat, already pursued another idea: Would it be possible to match best-of-breed humans and the best-of-breed machines to play superior chess?
Kasparov spoke Thursday as he prepared to testify in an appeals court hearing on the man's fate, reports Associated Press.
According to the Guardian, Kasparov has blamed current Fide chief Kirsan Ilyumzhinov for his poor image that has kept the global chess body from finding a sponsor for the match.
His rise from child prodigy to chess superstar was sealed earlier this year when he became the highest-rated chess player in history, with an Elo rating of 2861, beating Garry Kasparov's record of 1851.
on Monday when I abruptly turned his attention to Grandmaster Gary Kasparov, a known radical against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Ex-world chess champion turned Kremlin critic Garry Kasparov was cleared on Friday of taking part in an unauthorized protest against the conviction of the all-female punk band Pussy Riot.
MOSCOW, Shawwal 6, 1433, Aug 24, 2012, SPA -- Russian opposition leader and chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov is in court on Friday after authorities accused him of participating in an unauthorized rally, according to AP.
The women giggled as they were sentenced by Judge Marina Syrova, and outside hundreds chanted "Russia without Putin!" as Moscow police stepped in to arrest protesters, including activist and ex-world chess champion Garry Kasparov.