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On 2nd of June, Garry Kasparov was in Mönchengladbach - the event had been announced on the German ChessBase pages. We give a short note with some photographs by Michael Negele.
Ex-world chess champion Garry Kasparov had been invited by the "Initiativkreis Mönchengladbach" for the series "Pioneers of the World in Mönchengladbach". In the afternoon he gave a simul against 15 opponents, and in the evening a lecture on the topic "The Master Game: What Leaders Can Learn from Chess".
Michael Negele was there together with IM Bernd Schneider, and inevitably they met some other chess friends: inter alia Ralf Niederhäuser - CCI member and president of the Schachbund NRW; collector Siegfried Tschinkel from Eschweiler (you may read about his collection in KARL 1/2009 http://karlonline.org/109_1.htm); and Mr. Raab, the W. Pauly collector from Würzburg.
Below some photos of the evening event.
TV moderator Stefan Schulze-Hausmann with Garry Kasparov
Garry starts his talk
I would not absolutely agree with Picasso
Book-signing with Garry Kasparov
Bernd Schneider - "Europe's major chess dealer" - face to face with Garry
Now it's Siegfried Tschinkel's turn
Diana Schneider and Marion Oeben-Negele with her husband Michael
Another online report on the event (in German): www.chess-international.de/Archive/57730