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Garry Kasparov vs Amanda Marques Pereira
Simul, 20b (2004) (exhibition), Sao Paolo BRA, Aug-21
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance Variation (B12)  ·  1-0

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Oct-19-04  fgh: Kasparov exchanges a rook for a knight, pawn and a crushing free pawn, and wins easily.
Jan-01-05  straindrain: kasparov is the best chess player ever, correct?
Jan-01-05  Orbitkind: He's probably the strongest player ever. Who knows if a few of the best players from history, (Alekhine, Capablanca), would have been as good or slightly better than Kasparov if they were born at the same time with the same level of chess knowledge held by the human race at that time? But so far Kasparov is surely the strongest chess player ever. Hydra seems pretty strong though.., but as far as humans are concerned, nobody has yet been as strong as Kasparov.
Jan-01-05  acirce: <Orbitkind> is correct about this one, Kasparov at his peak probably played the best chess the world has ever seen.
Jan-01-05  Clubfoot: ELO heights aside, Kasparov did not dominate the chess world in the manner of Fischer or Morphy. He retained his championship in '87 with a drawn match, a narrow escape. Fischer's run from 70-72 makes him the strongest player ever, Kasparov a close second. (and sooner or later Kasparov would have defeated Fischer to take the world championship, I bet).
Jan-01-05  square dance: <clubfoot> <He retained his championship in '87 with a drawn match, a narrow escape.> against karpov, who is just as good as fischer. kasparov defending his WC title by draw is infinitely better than anything fischer did as WC.
Jan-01-05  iron maiden: Besides that, Kasparov was only 24 in 1987--nowhere near the peak he would hit in his early thirties.
Jan-02-05  square dance: <im> about those games you wanted to play, im ready, but where do we play?!?
Jan-02-05  square dance: <im> if you would like to discuss this you might want to instant message me, or email me. either way let me know. ;-)
Mar-19-05  midknightblue: Amanda played, quite possibly, the weakest game of chess I have ever seen here. To annotate her moves with question marks, would probably require having some ink refills nearby.
Feb-21-07  amadeus: Amanda was 9 /10 years old. I've googled the name, and she got a draw against Karpov in a simul last year.
Mar-24-12  joeysilv: This is the biggest a$$ whipping I have seen on chessgames to date

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