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Old June 17th 04, 05:07 PM
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Why did Korchnoi defect from the Soviet Union? Was he being treated unfairly?
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Old June 17th 04, 08:26 PM
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Wouldn't you?

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Why did Korchnoi defect from the Soviet Union? Was he being treated

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Old June 20th 04, 11:35 AM
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In rec.games.chess.analysis Doctor Who wrote:
Why did Korchnoi defect from the Soviet Union? Was he being treated unfairly?


Because he considered to have been treated unfairly, being preferred
in 1960s by Spassky and in 1970s by Karpov, especially in the 1974 match.

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Old June 23rd 04, 04:34 AM
Luis Matos
 
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Roman M. Parparov wrote:

In rec.games.chess.analysis Doctor Who wrote:

Why did Korchnoi defect from the Soviet Union? Was he being treated unfairly?


Because he considered to have been treated unfairly, being preferred
in 1960s by Spassky and in 1970s by Karpov, especially in the 1974 match.



I think Mr Parparov reply is the best of the three.
Luis

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