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June 29, 2010
Former World Champion and FIDE presidential candidate Anatoly Karpov was interviewed on BigThink.com about his life in chess and making the game more popular. Check out a clip below and watch the entire series at http://bigthink.com/anatolykarpov.

BigThink.com features video interviews with great intellectuals, from award-winning novelists to Nobel prize-winning scientists. Karpov was interviewed by Big Think Editorial Chairman Paul Hoffman, who is also the author of the non-fiction chess book, King's Gambit: A Son, a Father, and the World's Most Dangerous Game.

The USCF endorses Karpov in his 2010 FIDE Presidential campaign. See the USCF press release and Karpov's campaign website, http://www.karpov2010.org/.

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