Tuesday, 11 September 2007

Paul Hoffman interview


I was really fortunate last week to grab a 'transatlantic' interview with best-selling author Paul Hoffman about his latest book,


" King's Gambit: A Son, a Father, and the World's Most Dangerous Game ".

The interview is our first podcast on Chess Tales:

Part 1: on chess anecdotes (1.8MB .mp3)
Part 2: on Lautier, Kramnik and playing Kasparov (1.5MB .mp3)
Part 3: chess head-banging and stage-diving! (900KB .mp3)

Look out tomorrow for parts 4-7.

Paul's book is released today. We'll be publishing a review tomorrow, and running competitions throughout the week to win copies, so keep your eyes peeled.

You should also check out Paul's blog.

1 comment:

Out_of_the_Ether said...

Terrific interview, Roger. Looking forward to the book review and the rest of the interview...Rich

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