Paperback, 160 pages, Batsford Publishing 1994
Never before in chess history have there been so many young players with genuine world championship potential. Names such as Vladimir Kramnik, Viswanathan Anand, Vassil Ivanchuk, Alexei Shirov, Gata Kamsky, Judit Polgar and Britain's own Nigel Short and Michael Adams - all world beaters, but only one will mount the chess Olympus.
Also, what are the chances for a comeback by Bobby Fischer or Anatoly Karpov, and will a chess computer ever be World Champion?
- Brilliant games by the leading young grandmasters
- Career details of the most exciting rising stars in international chess
- Raymond Keene's own assessments of the strengths andweaknesses of the main contenders.
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