Meet Kasparov in London

10/16/2003 – Garry Kasparov, the world number 1, will be at the London Chess Centre on Tuesday, 21st October 2003, to promote his highly successful book series 'Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors'. Volume one is actually sold out and had to be reprinted. The Chess Centre has 100's of copies in store. Don't miss the chance...

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Press release:

Kasparov to Visit Chess & Bridge, London

We are delighted to announce that Garry Kasparov will be at the London Chess Centre, 369 Euston Road, London, on Tuesday 21st October 2003 from 10:30am to 1:30pm, to sign copies of his book Garry Kasparov on My Great Predecessors Volume 1.

Undoubtedly not all of your readers will be able to attend the event, and so we would like to offer them the chance to win a signed copy of the book by answering this simple question:

Which World Champion’s style of play did Kasparov describe as being ‘the embodiment of psychological aggression’?

a) Mikhail Botvinnik
b) Alexander Alekhine
c) Tigran Petrosian

Entries should be posted in headed:

Kasparov Competition
Chess & Bridge Ltd.
369 Euston Road
London NW1 3AR

Or emailed to: Entrants should provide us with name and address in case they are the lucky winner! Entries should be postmarked no later then 18th October 2003, or emails midnight 20th October.

More details of the visit, and the chance for those who don’t win to buy a signed copy can be found online at We will also be offering a 10% discount on all Kasparov-related purchases on the day.


David Bland
Chris Duncan
Available on 020 7388 2404, or email David on

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