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In effect this book takes Tim Krabbe 's article 'Regicide' found, e. Taylor Kingston , pp. While Krabbe considers only serious wins against reigning world champions, the authors here are willing to consider games won against world champions before or after they became champions: e.

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  • There is a total of 86 mostly deeply-annotated games. The games themselves all being serious tournament games are, inevitably, well known -- and it is to the authors' credit that they do not pretend to have made some huge historical discovery, but modestly suggest that these good games deserve a re-analysis.

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    What's more, they do not claim that the person who beat the most world champions is therefore the strongest player in the world. Kasparov unsurprisingly is at the top, but he himself is quoted p. Unlike Keene and Divinsky, however, this book has three advantages that negate such criticism. For example, I was a bit surprised to realize that Beliavsky made the list. Third, and most important, Beliavsky's case is typical of the book.

    This mix between games where the 'regicider' beat the best when they were at their best, and games where he beat a rising future champion or an old veteran, is also the case for mort other players in the book. Finally, there are some interesting historical anecdotes.

    Spassky who, incidentally, clearly did quite a bit of work for the book, not merely lend his name to the project notes p. Keres replied with deep silence when Spassky told him he was lucky never to become world champion