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  • 3 maanden geleden

    alexmonrovia

    At 2:50, you meant white, right?

  • 8 maanden geleden

    ekkal

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  • 3 jaar geleden

    donsteve

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  • 3 jaar geleden

    HourraPapa

    Nom di djosse ! Wow de chez wow ! Magnificent !

  • 3 jaar geleden

    belgiangirl

    epic

  • 3 jaar geleden

    platolag

    Brilliant game by both gladiators! Thanks for the game review. 

  • 3 jaar geleden

    Bhoetrus

    The legend Kasparov I salute

  • 3 jaar geleden

    chesscrave1

    Amazing game!

  • 3 jaar geleden

    gnuandspeedo

    Nice game. Enjoyed.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    Ehsanmo

    It's highly amusing each time I review this game!

  • 3 jaar geleden

    Webhead

    @JohnSutCliffe- If you think Kasparov's combinations had nothing to do with positional chess, you're mistaken.  BECAUSE Kasparov places his pieces correctly, it gives him possibilities such as this game.  Also, because he is one of the greatest ever calcultors, he can find deep, powerful, forcing lines.  Even if you disagree with that, I think you miss the point of a player's "immortal game".  This game fits Kasparov's style- constant striving for the initiative, powerful sacrifices, forcing combinational lines, and a tactical psychological beating.  It's a game that showcases his legacy in his own style.  To say a game where he played differently from his most recognized style is his immortal doesn't make sense to me.  It would be similar to saying Karpov's immortal was a game with a 12-move combination that forced mate.  Not really what Karpov's known for...  Anyway, just my opinion.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    JohnSutcliffe

    I admit the combinations are amazing, but I still don't agree this is Kasparov's immortal because I think sacrifices with forcing continuations deserve less admiration than positional sacrifices. Of course forcing continuations might be hard to calculate but as long as you're a good enough calculator you see it and you go for it. A positional sacrifice requires logic,ability to evaluate, creativity and courage. To me Kasparov's immortal is the game where he sacrifices a pawn to get an octopus knight against Karpov.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    Webhead

    This one never gets old.  Kasparov may well be the greatest ever.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    matthew_b_rook

    you made the title "the conquering king" but the title was supposed to be "Kasparov's immortal game".

  • 3 jaar geleden

    ds_akeel

    wow super

  • 3 jaar geleden

    WillWisdom

    Thanks

  • 3 jaar geleden

    0009102

    wow

  • 3 jaar geleden

    upen2002

    Link to game www.http://gameknot.com/annotation.pl/tournament-in-wijk-aan-zee-annotated-by-g-kasparov?gm=216 you can see the annoatations by Kasparov himself

  • 3 jaar geleden

    sg1965

    nice game,,thanx

  • 3 jaar geleden

    laminat0r

    fwor

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