Bobby Fischer unravels before the 1972 World Chess Championships, a.k.a. the “the Match of the Century.”
A profile of Garry Kasparov, who exiled himself from Russia last year and is running for president of FIDE, the governing body of chess. The election has become the dirtiest in FIDE history and a proxy debate over freedom and Russia’s future; Kasparov’s opponent has the full backing of Vladimir Putin.
A profile of Ken Regan, a computer scientist, chess master, and world champion at detecting cheaters in chess.
A chess prodigy vanishes.
On playing chess and waiting to get arrested.
How a commuter college in Miami became a chess powerhouse.
“If genius is hard to define, madness is even more so.” One chess champion’s take on the tortured life of another.