Monday, 12 March 2007

Guardian Prize Competition

There is a chance to win Kasparov's new book in the Guardian newspaper today. It's not yet on their website so you may have to go out and buy a paper copy of the newspaper to make sure you get your entry in. The book is Garry Kasparov's brand new Revolution in the 70s, worth £30. The competition is in the 'G2' section of today's Guardian newspaper where columnists Daniel King and Ronan Bennett are offering the new book as a prize for the person who comes up with the best plan (i.e. not just the best first move) in the published position. Might be worth keeping an eye on the Guardian chess website (which is http://sport.guardian.co.uk/chess) just in case the competition becomes available online. Even if you don't win, you can always buy a copy from stock at http://www.bcmchess.co.uk (commercial break over)...

P.S. Apologies for the long-time 'radio silence' here at my blog. I cannot get used to the standard rhythm of blogging, which should be 'little and often', whereas I tend towards 'lots but infrequent'.

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