Everyone Loses

November 1978
National Review;11/10/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p1399
The article comments on the victory of Soviet chess player Anatoly Karpov in his match with fellow Soviet player Victor Korchnoi. It tells of the quality of Karpov's play. It mentions the kinds of pressures on the two players. It explains that pressures occur between the two chess players due to the stares that they do to each other.


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