David S. Goodman - Books


  • Maneuvers in Moscow: Karpov-Kasparov II (Macmillan Chess Library) by Raymond Keene, David Goodman (Paperback - January 1986) ISBN 0-02-028720-8
  • The Centenary Match Kasparov-Karpov III by Raymond Keene, David Goodman (Paperback - December 1986) ISBN 0-02-028700-3
  • Showdown in Seville Kasparov-Karpov IV by Raymond Keene, David Goodman (Paperback - October 2003) ISBN 1-84382-121-4
  • Man Versus Machine: Kasparov Versus Deep Blue by David Goodman, Raymond Keene (Paperback - May 1997) ISBN 1-888281-06-5

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