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He plays like an adult, he produces ideas that are very strange for a boy of his age.
It ended in a draw, I think that's any chess player's dream
Apr-20-07 essekids: I can't imagine the stress to prove yourself as the great all time champion Kasparov is to a child and it reminds me of the games against deep blue. I mean here you are with everything on the line. Battling the foes of the next generation as well as the man against the machine. This is a symbolic game where Kasparov gives up something with a draw. He leaves the table with a doubt left to his future, at least in the little man's mind. I am a supporter of both players. This game has more weight to it than just a simple game.
Jul-29-07 Gegga: So sad Magnus has not had the chance to play Kasparov in a real game! And he never will...
Aug-19-07 smarterthanbobby: all small thoughts aside, the only logical conclusion left is, it was a blunder that let kasparov draw... and a very well played game for white, and black was lucky to not loose....end of story...
Magnus Carlsen vs Garry KasparovReykjavik Rapid (2004) · Queen's Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs Variation (D52) · 1/2-1/2
Magnus Carlsen vs Anatoly KarpovTal Memorial (Blitz) (2008) · Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Check Variation Intermezzo Line (E15) · 1-0
In this video you can see how the game against former World Champion Kasparov went. The 13-year-old beat the chess legend. At 1:25' Magnus gives his family – father Henrik, mother Sigrun, and his sisters Ellen, Ingrid and Sigrun – a thumbs up. Immediately after that you can hear a very appreciative assessment of Magnus' talent by Kasparov ("He plays like an adult, he produces ideas that are very strange for a boy of his age.")
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