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Save 10%: Kasparov on his clash with Karpov

Borg v McEnroe, Ali v Frazier, Prost v Senna: some clashes in sports were more epic than others.

But none of these was as intense as the rivalry between Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov.

These two great chess players contested, over almost a decade, an astonishing five world championships matches with a total of 144 games.

Garry Kasparov has just finished his book on the first two of these matches, in 1984 and 1985, at the end of which he became the youngest world champion in history.

He analyses the political machinations and the personal repercussions, as well as the games themselves.

We are offering this great new book with a discount of 10% for early orders. This offer expires on August 15.

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