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Aug 16,2002
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There is nobody to stop the leader

It becomes dull to describe the deeds of the chess world’s Hercules. The 13th World Champion beats very strong grandmasters in succession. It seems that his first draws were no more than a mere accident. The rest participants are just pieces of scenery in Linares at the show where G. Kasparov is starring. His duel with the strongest women player of the world promises to be the central episode of the tournament. If Judit wins with White, then she catches up with the leader. However we suppose there will be a draw. That is, we hope Kasparov won’t spoil the beginning of the spring to Polgar.





"He who fears an isolated queen's pawn should give up chess". Siegbert Tarrasch











"The most powerful weapon in chess is to have the next move"! David Bronstein.











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