Telephone Match, 1989
1. e4 d5
After Kasparov's very first move 1.e4, Dave said: "Oh no! I'm screwed!!" There was one move per show, or thereabouts. GK reportedly just played the game from memory (no board). Dave was going to open with a RP move, but Kasparov advised against it.
2. exd5 Qxd5
3. Nc3 Qe6+
Dave: "Three moves, and I've already got him in check!"
4. Be2 Nc6
5. d4 Qg6
Kasparov: "You move your queen too much...I know, it's your favorite piece."
6. Nf3 Qxg2
Dave: "I'm up two to one..." Kasparov: "You'll pay a high price for your two pawns."
7. Rg1 ...
Kasparov: "Get away with your queen from my camp!"
8. d5 Na5
Kasparov: "I feel the smell of victory!"
Dave: "I have the same aroma here..."
9. Nb5 Qd7
10. Bf4 Nf6
Dave: "I was bored of the second knight."
11. Nxc7+ Kd8
12. Ne5 Qxc7
Kasparov: "I could take your rook, but I prefer your queen." Dave: "I'm gonna take one of your horses. It's 3 to 2 now, isn't it?"
13. Nxf7+ Ke8
14. Bxc7 Kxf7
Kasparov: "A normal man would cry when he loses his queen." Dave: "There just isn't enough televised chess."
15. Bxa5 Bf5
16. Qd4 Bxc2
17. Rc1 Be4
Kasparov: "I think the next week of moves is the last one." Dave: "Ho, ho, ho! We'll just see about that, won't we?"
18. Rc7 Rd8
Kasparov: "I'm invading your camp now..."
Dave: "I think I've got one of your pawns in check."
19. d6 b6
20. Bc3 Bd5
21. Qe5 Be6
22. Qxf6+ gxf6
23. Bh5++ 1-0
Kasparov: "You're in good company. All of the grandmasters have been checkmated by me."