Mar del Plata 1993: Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, is invited to inaugurate an international tournament where he agreed to play a series of games against unknown chess players, who were defeated one by one. When Kasparov played the last game, Juan Carlos De las Heras, Argentine chess player, to the astonishment of those audience, achieved the impossible and defeated him.
Buenos Aires 2006: A Russian chess player, decides to send an anonymous letter to De las Heras where he proposes the first movement to start a game by correspondence. The Argentine will accept the challenge, whose outcome will be as unforeseen as his triumph against Kasparov.
Juan Carlos de las Heras