Great British Triumphs - VOLUME 1



    Great British Triumphs - VOLUME 1
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    Hosted by: Grandmaster Raymond Keene
    Running Time: Over 90 Minutes

    All chess fans will enjoy the incredible archive footage found on these DVDs for decades feared lost of British wins by Nigel Short, Tony Miles and Jon Speelman against two of the greatest world champions - Anatoly Karpov and Garry Kasparov. The DVDs feature the players own remarks and has an overall commentary by GM Ray Keene.

    Volume 1 contains.

    Miles Beats Karpov - 1983
    Speelman Beats Kasparov - 1989

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