|Oct-17-04|| ||fgh: Cool game. |
|Apr-11-05|| ||PinkPanther: Kasparov absolutely murdered this poor guy. |
|Oct-02-05|| ||Chess Addict: 27.e8=R!!
Very funny and Kasparov did have a little sense a humor, especially in Chess!
|Oct-02-05|| ||Landman: He may have simply reached for whichever piece was handy, as it'll be captured next move. There would have been one pair of rooks off the board. =)|
|May-24-06|| ||spirit: me thinks the last saga started as early as move 19|
|May-31-06|| ||Nomen Nescio: devastating|
|May-31-06|| ||KingG: I imagine it must be a tiny bit disheartening for Kasparov's opponents in the way he stays away from anything theoretical in his simuls. I mean, imagine having the chance to play the Najdorf against Kasparov! Unfortunately for anyone that tries, he plays stuff like 3.c3.|
Of course, i'm sure people are more than happy to be playing Kasparov at all, but i imagine it would make it extra special to play one of the openings he is renowned for against him.
|May-31-06|| ||Kaspablanca: Is likely GK yawned while playing this game:)|
|Jul-10-06|| ||spirit: i agree|
|Jan-05-07|| ||ChrisBreeden: I think kasparov reached for a peice he had taken away from him already; the rook. lol, i've seen GM's promote two a bishop, preventing putting the guy in checking hoping to see if they dont capture it and go for a knight and bishop mate. But was only on ICC|
|Jul-24-07|| ||smarterthanbobby: I am not sure the other guy threw a punch?|
|Jul-24-07|| ||WannaBe: Another name that you don't see often, but in the future it will be different, a guy with Japanese last name, but a Portugese/Brazilian first name.|
|Nov-22-07|| ||JustAFish: As someone who is married to a Japanese/Brazillian, I can testify to the fact that it is not all that uncommon to have people of Japanese Heritage with Portugese first names just as it is not uncommon for Japanese Americans to be named "Dave" or whatnot. In fact, the Japanese population of Brazil is one of the largest, and oldest, outside of Japan and the majority feel completely at home as Brazillians (and don't speak Japanese).|
|Mar-17-08|| ||smarterthanbobby: he moves his pieces like no other
player if you really watch and study
his games... very blended attacks,
uses the entire board, multiple attacks... a nice flow to his advancement of files, ranks, attack
and defence... as well he always
seems to just hit cruise control on tempo as well... wow... and his pieces
are always somehow lined up as well...
|Jul-31-09|| ||SultanofSpin: Yamamato plays like a complete novice in this game. This mistakes are not even dignified, or understandable. Just plain blunders that a 1500 rated player could avoid.|
|Jul-31-09|| ||nevski: Yamamoto has been entangled in a very big trouble.He had no chance!Kasparov did not pity the poor guy!!|
|Mar-24-12|| ||joeysilv: That was complete destruction|