|Dang, Queen's College, why didn't you invite me?|
supreme mastery of one extremely well-defined field (chess)
an application in a much murkier but more consequential problem (liberty and liberalization.)
Like him, I also think that life imitates math, life imitates sport, life imitates chess, life imitates art, and that it is good for the world's best minds to have the
I think the big lessons from the Kasparov switch are: 1. you have to know when to retire, that is, when to shift focus 2. sometimes try applying the best math to the biggest problems.
Yes, Abuja and Lagos! Great visit, great enthusiasm for chess. http://t.co/Qz3E23iK3k RT @TheDeji: Were you really in Nigeria recently?
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) February 5, 2014