Can you match Garry Kasparov?
By mishanp on February 25, 2011
Garry Kasparov, with some help from his wife Dasha, recently won the Georgian charity version of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?”, answering 15 questions correctly to win 20,000 lari (about 11,400 USD) for a brother and sister requiring heart surgery. Could you have done the same?
Posted in Russian | Tagged Dasha Kasparova, Kasparov, Mig, Taimanov, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire | 9 Responses
“The weak-willed don’t become top chess players”
By mishanp on April 6, 2010
Mark Glukovsky, editor of 64, the Russian equivalent of New in Chess, responded in a controversial but compulsively readable style to the questions of Crestbook readers.
Posted in Russian | Tagged Carlsen, Glukhovsky, Mig, Odessky, Ponomariov, Svidler, WC 2010 | Leave a response