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Kasparov, the retired champ who can't give up chess

Russian chess champion Garry Kasparov owned the game for 15 years, gaining superstar status among fans before retiring and throwing himself into politics -- but he just can't seem to stay away from the chessboard. The 54-year-old former world champion is coming out of retirement Monday to play in an official tournament in St. Louis, Missouri against nine top-notch players.
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