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Topic - Anatoly Karpov
Indian GM Viswanathan Anand's easy win in the FIDE Candidates Tournament that wrapped up late last month in Russia took many by surprise.
The Internet chess community marked a major milestone this month with the publication of TWIC 1000.
It's a paradox: Our beloved game, so rigorously logical and immune to deceit at the chessboard, rests on a foundation of lies.