World Chess Championship
"Putting the 'mate' into checkmate."
"I would think that if you would ask 10 fund representatives, 'Do they play chess? Do they know how to play chess?' nine
The last time a World Championship was held in New York City was in 1995, when Garry Kasparov played Viswanathan Anand on
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Photojournalist Harry Benson has created a book featuring rare and exclusive photographs of reclusive chess master Bobby