The Winner is Anatoly Karpov!

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Jun 18, 2008, 9:57 PM |
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14th June 2008, 10:35pm
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Who was been the Best Chess  Player at the Chess Tournaments and Matches!?

For me, It is a Anatoly Karpov!  He is a Winner!

Fisher avoided the battle, even by all pressure and negotiations...

 And got lost ...

 Karpov still playing, playing and wining! 

Kasparov lost his chance to override Karpov's records... 

I invite you to play at my new chess tournament:

awardchess.10. Karpov Memorial.1 


15th June 2008, 02:10am
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by Waldemar
Amsterdam Netherlands 
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I have always been a fan of Karpov. It is something in his style that is very appealing. I remember well when he was winning the match in Sevilla 1987 in the end only to tie in the final game. I felt really disappointed!

Recently he beat Korchnoi with a nice bit if calculation during the 4th Pivdenny Bank Cup rapid tournament. 

I think that one of these days I will discuss his gem game against Sax, Linares 1983...


15th June 2008, 09:21pm
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I was been at the 19 game of Karpov's  first Chess Match with  Garry Kasparov, at the Moscow. Kasparov was wery red faced and think a lot, but finally he sacrified the pawn to  Karpov, and find the draw. Karpov was looks very relaxed at the one of the Greatest Podium In  Moscow...

The biggest Russian artists envy for Karpov for that uncared ability to be at the full focus and explosion, without any fear and confusion.

He was natural born artist!

He walked most of the time , when his partner was thought about the position. on the board.  It's was a time, when the Karpov lead 4:0!  

But the Match was not finished, as it's must be done! Some persons, behind the curtains stopped it ...

Money winning the battles!..

 I have nothing to prove it, in that case...  But the Big Names stood behind the Kasparov all the way up, and later... Sponsors!?