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►http://facebook.com/ChessNetwork ►http://twitter.com/ChessNetwork This is a game from the 2004 Rekjavik Rapid between Garry Kasparov and the then 13-year-old Magnus Carlsen.
who won kasparov or magnus?
Cool. thank you for the share
Wow. I learned more in that one video than I have in all other studying.
Love the term "fianchettoed knight"! Is it possible this is the first time it was used?....... Good video.
its so logical when its explained, i wish I could see the path like that
MC just great...
awesome one.... nice tricks and thorough study of the game...
Magnus has an awesome style of play. Cool contrast with that of Kasparov.
if carlsen has beat the greatest kasparov in 13 why he is not yet claimed world champion at 20 ? :P
your videos are great!
More videos! More videos!
Thanks for the clear analysis! I like your style. Look forward to more videos!
Thanks Jerry! Great analysis, as usual ;-)I like the vocabulary that you use in your videos to explain everything (or almost :-) that is going on in the board.
Thanks I always like the video and your clear analysis of the game. I like to see more of your presentation, always.
Magnus wasn't quite there yet.
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