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|Jun-26-08|| ||Everett: <devioustalfan>
Try looking at the above posts. The responses your getting are simply because you are requesting information that has already been offered to you if you
1. Read the above posts of people who made the effort to post
2. Went over the game yourself.
|Jun-26-08|| ||devioustalfan: <whiteshark<devioustalfan> Could it be that Alburt is referring to another game? If not, we may should ask him about the -sac in this game, no? :D>
here I quote pg 417 of Chess Openings for White, Explained.
"then at the 1995 world champoinship match, the opening climbed to the top of the world, the observation level of New York City's tragically ill-fated World Trade Center. There in a sound proof both, challenger Viswathian Anand deployed the Center Counter against champion Garry Kasparov- and got a better game. True Kasparov later confused the issue with a knight sacrifice and won. But the opening was ligetimized, used in a world championship match for the very first time. Patzer's line no more!"|
|Jun-26-08|| ||whiteshark: 27.♘e5 (<N-sac <offer <<<!>>>>>)|
|Jun-26-08|| ||Everett: This is no longer a simple opening, as it is being played on higher levels now, with theory expanding as we speak.|
|Jun-26-08|| ||MaxxLange: <New York City's tragically ill-fated World Trade Center> the match opened on Sept 11, 1995|
|Jun-26-08|| ||MaxxLange: by the way, the date is wrong on this game - it must have been Oct 15|
|Jul-01-08|| ||devioustalfan: is move 16 the knight sac then?|
|Jul-01-08|| ||HannibalSchlecter: When Kasparov is taken out of his home preparation he really does pussyfoot around giving Anand the better position. Kaspy, d5 deserves to be smashed, not tip-toed around with.|
|Jul-01-08|| ||dx9293: I don't play the opening, so I don't want to come off as an apologist, but 1...d5 is not a bad opening. Can White get an advantage against it WITH ACCURATE PLAY? Yes. But that can be said about any Black defense to 1.e4. Even the overused Najdorf doesn't promise equality if White knows his stuff.|
I start my students with 1.e4 for White and with 1...e5. Once they play some tournaments, if they want to change to something else, I let them do it. Caro? Fine. French? Fine. Sicilian? Fine. Pirc? Fine. Even the Alekhine? Fine. I have a couple of students who like the Scandinavian, and I have no problem with it.
Hell, Radjabov plays the Jaenisch Gambit against the Ruy Lopez for crying out loud! And his 2700-2750 opponents have not been able to "bust" it!
|Jul-02-08|| ||keypusher: <HannibalSchlecter: When Kasparov is taken out of his home preparation he really does pussyfoot around giving Anand the better position. Kaspy, d5 deserves to be smashed, not tip-toed around with.>|
Care to share the refutation with us?
|Jul-02-08|| ||newton296: kasparov is like a computer here . don't understand why so much hate on his play ! |
his open wasn't the best but it was enough to confuse anand and get the win !
|Jul-08-08|| ||devioustalfan: <whiteshark>the knight move 27.Ne5 was an OFFER not sac in my book as the knight was never taken.|
|Oct-03-08|| ||27 super goats: It's dubious to call it even an offer of a sacrifice because of Bxd8.|
|Oct-03-08|| ||Aspirador: There's still 2 knights on the board at the end of the game. Thus, there was not a single knight sac in the whole game!|
|Oct-28-08|| ||JediKush: white wins?! first of all... i dont see why?! black has a few excellent moves..|
Nc7.. forking rook and pawn then with the eventual plan of after NxA6 Nb4 Nd3 Nf4. .. Nc3 attacking the rook, to Ne2 then Nf4...
|Dec-30-08|| ||just a kid: <jedikush>41...Nc7 then 42.Rd8+ followed by Rc8 and Bg3|
|Mar-11-10|| ||gareeb: first of all i thought of Nc7 .. but its finish to white win ...|
so fritz mention Rc3 and its going to be a draw ..!!
maybe anand felt the pressure in this match ..!!
|Mar-11-10|| ||ounos: Perhaps your fritz has a virus in it. Have you ever scanned it?|
|Feb-18-11|| ||HeMateMe: Master of the open positions.|
|Nov-26-11|| ||serenpidity.ejd: Hey, why is there no one here giving his analysis on 27).....fe5.?|
|Nov-26-11|| ||SimonWebbsTiger: @<serendipity>
I could start the ball rolling with what Kasparov had to say (his notes from Informator 64/90).
Firstly, Garry gave 27...Qe6 an exclam.
<27...fe5 28. fe5 Ne4 29. Bd8 Rd8 30. g4! hg4 31. Bg4 Bg4 (31...Bh6 32. Bf5 gf5 33. Rc2 unclear; 31...Qh7 32. Bf5 Ng3 33. Kg1 Nf5 34. Qg4 unclear) 32. Qg4 Nf2 33. Rf2 Qf2 34. Qg6 Bg7 35. Qe6 Kf8 (35...Qf7 36. Qf7 Kf7 37. Rc7 ) 36. Qg4 with compensation>
Later, GK gave lengthy analysis, arguing 30...Bg4 leads to equality whilst Anand's 30...Ne4 was dubious. He regarded 31...Bh3 as a clear mistake, giving more lengthy analysis showing 31...Qd6 was strong , leading to unclear play.
Something for people to run through Houdini to see if Kasparov was right?
|Nov-26-11|| ||serenpidity.ejd: Thanks<SimonWebbsTiger>for the input.|
This was game 14 of the match. It was said that Kasparov offered a draw after 16) Nxd5.
|Jul-12-12|| ||Check It Out: <Dec-07-05 bobo7up: When Anand played 1...d5 Kasparov took his jacket off and started making faces!>|
Anyone have video of this?
The running show with <whiteshark> and <devioustalfan> is entertaining.
BTW, is a piece "offer" a piece sacrifice, particularly if it's not accepted? :D
|Jul-13-12|| ||e4 resigns: devioustalfan made me laugh|
|Aug-08-14|| ||Rascal Nikov: I think it was still holdable with 40. ..Rc3|
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