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Garry Kasparov vs Shohrat Muratkuliev
Baku tt U18 (1973), Baku AZE
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Mackenzie Variation (C77)  ·  1-0


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Aug-11-05  blingice: Kasparov pins the pawn on move 18, and after black's 19th move, the bishop is pinned. He then uses that pin to take the knight, gaining him a pawn.
Aug-17-05  sharpnova: i have a feeling this kid is going to be somebody.
Aug-19-05  Justin Lemoine: Prodigy Kasparov is
Dec-01-05  Chopin: Kasparov was unbelievable at the age of 10.
Jan-20-06  Bad Move: Watch this kid. I think he has a future.
Jan-20-06  aw1988: Bad Move: this was 1973!!
Feb-04-06  Udit Narayan: <BadMove>

Are you by any chance the ghost of Botvinnik?

May-01-06  asip87: lolzzz,,,
2 choice


really hard to except dat!!!

May-21-06  Arpit Deliwala: not too interesting game. but still i have to say well played kaspu. u made a good decision about retirement. at this age u should not play and spoil ur superb record of having rating of 2851. may anand only break this......... by 3000
Oct-30-06  aw1988: <not too interesting game>

Huh? I found it really good... too many people look only for as many fireworks as possible.

Apr-10-07  mack: This Kasparov kid is gonna go far, I can just feel it in me bones.
Jun-11-07  im a person: nice game
Sep-24-07  Hinger: How did Gary receive the nickname Gazza? Who gave it to him and how long did he have it? Thank you for your help, I was just wondering. Also, what does it mean? Thank yhou :)
Sep-26-07  resty: ohhh, some comments made me really laugh! what a way to de-stress!!!
Sep-29-07  Hinger: No really, I would very much like to know resty!?
May-13-08  Akuni: This guy played well for a youngster.

But did ever make anything of himself in the chess world?

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  JointheArmy: <Akuni> He's been in and out of Russian prison and I heard he was trying lead some type of revolt against the Russian government. Shame, he had real potential in the chess world.
Apr-19-09  WhiteRook48: this is Kasparov's first game played in this database
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  jessicafischerqueen: <Kasparov> has a clear edge in this endgame due to a better pawn structure, but the main story of this game is the HOWLING BLUNDER that hands him the win on a platter-



Game over

Aug-17-11  ProjectR: Maybe Kasparov didn't have the natural ability of a fischer or a carlsen at this age(12-13yrs old),but he worked hard and he's sure made up for it since ! The greatest chess player of all time without question
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  wordfunph: from his book Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov Part 1: 1973-1985, this game was one of Kaspy's first memorable games..
Jan-26-12  nelech: Kasparov was particularly proud of : 23 Qg5!
Sep-26-13  MrJafari: another affective game of Kasparov,though I think his opponent played well too, except of his last mistake...
Oct-27-14  Amornivla: I wanna be like him !!! hope to see you in person.
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  Noflaps: I have coached young chess players, and while all were jewels in many ways just a few showed surprising talent. In that context, if I had ever seen a 10-year-old play like White played here, my jaw would still be on the floor. This is a very interesting game, with evidence of a 10-year-old thinking well and strategically ahead. It merits replay again and again to spot all the nuances (although no doubt some of the geniuses who grace this site will see those nuances more quickly than I).
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