Fox News Host Alisyn Camerota: "You've heard some of our leaders liken this exchange to a chess game. You are a world-class chess master. How would you check mate Putin?"
Kasparov: "I could do that if played chess and played by the rules. He's playing poker. He has a weak hand, but he knows how to raise the stakes and he knows how to bluff, and it's time to call his bluff."
Kasparov also added this: "Dictators can be stopped only by demonstration of strength. [...] It's dangerous to confront Putin today, but tomorrow it will be more dangerous and more costly."
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