Lewis, Lennox
December 2006
Ralph;Dec2006, p18
The article relates the author's experience in playing several rounds of chess with former undisputed heavyweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis. It describes the approach of Lewis in playing chess and his strategy in boxing. It presents the views of Lewis on the advantages of encouraging kids to get into chess. The author described how he scored against Lewis in their third match.


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