|May-21-06|| ||offramp: After 26...Na8 black looks like he is setting up a Fischerrandom game.|
|Sep-22-07|| ||engineerX: White castled so late. Kasparov says that 35.0-0-0 "almost made Tony drop from his chair". (source www.chessninja.com)|
|Mar-10-08|| ||whatthefat: Kasparov sets the tone for his devastating 5.5/6 match victory over Miles in this the first game. A very complex middlegame arises after White's early kingside advances.|
23.Nf4!? and 24.Rg4! underlines Black's immobility, offering to sacrifice the exchange for Black's only active piece and a total bind on the light squares.
|Jan-06-11|| ||technical draw: Amazing game. I don't understand half, I mean, 2/3 of the moves.|
|Jan-06-11|| ||Shams: <technical draw> It's a shame that three-quarters of this game is over your head. If you have any questions about the five-sixths you don't understand, just ask me!|
|Jan-07-11|| ||sevenseaman: Superlatively consummate. K cleans out all escape routes for Miles.|
|Jan-07-11|| ||sevenseaman: Modern masters, specifically Kasparov, Anand, Topalov, even Beljavsky have been creating some very complex positions.|
I've seen the trend escalate ever since that very complex game in WC challenge in NY wherein both Rs of Anand were threatened and he had no way but to lose one.
|Sep-03-11|| ||joelsontang: Miles missed 40...e3+ followed by exf2 which would have given him good drawing chances and a draw with best play after having defended so well!|
|Sep-08-11|| ||Everett: <I've seen the trend escalate ever since that very complex game in WC challenge in NY wherein both Rs of Anand were threatened and he had no way but to lose one.> like Tal says, though, no matter how many pieces you leave en prise, they can only take one at a time.|
BTW, we kibitzers are always analyzing by result. How 'bout 30..Nd4 or 33..c4, suggestions courtesy of Palliser...
Which makes me think, until nearly the end of his career, there were only three opponents that felt Kasparov did not see everything all the time: Karpov, Kramnik, and.... Deep Blue.