Thursday, May 23, 2013

Kasparov as seen by Mortals

The following picture -- Kasparov, presumably in one of his games against Anand [the flags suggest] -- appears in the National Review's web site in an article by their political correspondent, Jay Nordlinger. He notes that he saw Kasparov in Oslo during a human rights conference, and adds:
see Garry Kasparov in the hallway. Whenever I glimpse him — which is usually at this forum — I think, “What is he thinking? Normal stuff, relatively normal stuff? Or stuff beyond the imagination of the average person?” (Kasparov is one of the greatest chess champions in history.)

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