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Garry Kasparov vs Vladimir Kramnik
Immopar Rapid (1992) (rapid), Paris FRA, rd 2, Nov-??
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack (B30)  ·  1-0



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Nov-22-02  erap: move ten looks like an error
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  Honza Cervenka: 10...h5 seems to be another typo. 10...Qh5 was probably played.
Nov-22-02  drukenknight: Notice how blacks Q gets pushed around from around move 12. WHy does he grab the iso. pawn at c5? Im thinking 12...Nd4
Feb-06-04  Helloween: The resignation didn't come a minute too early- 26...Qf8 27.Nd6 Qg7(no way to stop Re8)28.Nxf5!(offering the Queen for mate)28...Bxf5 29.Qxg7+ Kxg7 30.Ne6+ and more exchanges ensue, either with 30...Bxe6 or 30...K-moves 31.Nd4, with a clearly winning position.
Mar-28-04  weepingwarrior: Is this correct? This game is a repeat with a few real goofy moves.
Mar-29-04  Resignation Trap: No, this score is not correct. The correct score is Kasparov vs Kramnik, 1992
Aug-07-04  greystar69: Why doesn't black play 9... cxb4 and winning a pawn?
Aug-07-04  molinov: I think because of 10.c4
Jul-25-05  Medusa: Kramnik and his masterpieces!!!
Jul-26-05  Montreal1666: Total control and domination. From the first till last move.
Aug-01-05  Ferdyrojo: Heil to the highlighted commentators! This is what makes Chess a real sport like any good one.
Aug-19-05  Queens Gambit: Kasparov dominated kramnik here,

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Feb-08-06  Aseem: This is the first Kasparov v Kramnik match according to the database
Feb-18-06  rodrigochaves: why not 15.Nxc6, atacking d4 and e5... in other words, makig pressure on center?
Mar-24-06  Conde de Montecristo: Kramnik still havent realized here, Sicilians were not for him.
Mar-24-06  Boomie: <rodrigochaves> Black wants to restrain white from playing d5. 15...Nxc6 is inviting d5. Still there isn't much separating the two moves according to Herr Fritz.

15...Qxc6 1.18/14

15...Nxc6 16. Rb1 Qa5 17. Qd3 e5 18. d5 f6 19. Rb5 Qa3 20. Qe3 Ne7 1.22/14

Mar-24-06  zev22407: The power of centralization.
Nov-27-06  Ch3ckmate: <Aseem>
actually its the second=P
Mar-31-14  Cemoblanca: <Medusa> I would say: "Kramnik & his poor pieces!" ;]
Mar-31-14  capafischer1: Kramnik was only 17 years old. While garry was at his peak. Lets not forget that kramnik is the only one to beat garry by 2 games and losing zero. Of course, garry was the better player and achieved more. All these people putting kramnik down are just pure ignorant or uninformed. Even garry himself gave the highest praise ever to only kramnik and karpov and calling them Real chess players besides himself. By the way, did I mention he is the only 10 times winner at dortmund super tournament.
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  perfidious: <capafischer1: All these people putting kramnik down are just pure ignorant or uninformed.>

Lot of 'em, too, none of whom could carry Kramnik's jockstrap.

<Even garry himself gave the highest praise ever to only kramnik and karpov and calling them Real chess players besides himself.>

He would know.

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