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yeah cool kasparov
Great video series
Greatly played game!
Thanks Big S, for another game that suits my opening style as black. Can't wait to see what else you have for us from The Big K. BK
Shows If we work in our weaknesses we can improve our game!! Thanks IM Sam Shankland
The games of Gazza speak most eloquently for themselves. His annotations make one wonder. Has he really seen that far enough?
Thanks for this. Even though this is way above my standard....I was able to follow & learned a bit. Well presented. Cool!!
whenever there are white pawns on c and e 4 during the opening you are supposed to say "maroczy bind" even if it isn't technically a maroczy bind. don't you know anything.
I dont think this game shows why kasparov is such a great player.
4:26 black can retake with the b-pawn as Qxb7 drops the Q,...Na5.Still,another good video,I look forwarg to seeing more.
Kasparov first challenged Karpov in 1984. That match was terminated mid-way before a result was produced because kasparov was winning. A year later the rematch would crown Kasparov the champion.
What a show!
by GM Sam Shankland
Before Kasparov could become the king of the chess world, he would have to dethrone his nemesis: Anatoly Karpov. To say this match wasn't going to be easy would be a huge understatement, as Karpov's "rock-solid" approach directly challenged the young Kasparov's weaknesses. Watch as IM Sam Shankland explains that the entire chess world witnessed Kasparov's maturation process during this first of several World Championship Matches.
Players: Anatoly Karpov
vs. Garry Kasparov
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GM Sam Shankland
Sam learned chess at age 11 from the Berkeley Chess School program. Within four years, he had become a National Master, and two years later, he became an International Master when he tied for first in the world u-18 championship, a result unmatched in the last decade of international play by American players. At 20, he has already played in several U.S. Championships, placing 3rd in 2011.
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