Posts Tagged ‘Kasparov’

Garri Kasparov on Making Mistakes in Chess [video]

There is no need to introduce Garri Kasparov. Probably the strongest chess player of the history… Almost TWENTY years on the top! I had a chance to watch a video part of his interview with WNYC’s Leonard Lopate about mistakes in chess, analysis of all games (both won and lost) and learning from those analysis. […]

How to find out whether the position is good for attacking the opponent’s king?

I just read the book Kasparov on Modern Chess, Part 2 (subtitle Kasparov vs Karpov 1975-1985). And it is really interesding piece. It reffers to his first two matches with Karpov and also the games they had played before those matches. The games are deeply commented and although many games is out my opening repertoaire […]

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