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Garry Kasparov vs Judit Polgar
Lichthof Chess Champions (2006), Zurich SUI, rd 5, Aug-22
King's Indian Defense: Normal. King's Knight Variation (E60)  ·  1-0

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Nov-15-06  MrPatzer: <Willtord: 36. Ce4+ and White wins.> 36. Be4+ does indeed win faster, but give him a break--it WAS blitz.
Dec-10-06  Ch3ckmate: is a blitz game always 5 mins? can it be shorter or longer time?
Dec-10-06  Karpova: can be shorter. On uscl it ranges from 2 min 1 sec to 10 min, i think. but 5 min without increment is quite common.
Feb-09-07  fblin: Kasparov missed a checkmate in 5 !!!
36.Be4+ NxB
37.QxB+ Rf5
38.QxR++
Feb-28-07  TheHurricane3: This is the most beautiful game I've ever seen!
Mar-18-07  Vash854: Kasparov is only 44, you can't really say he is old.
Mar-20-07  alexandrovm: well, the guy is just a genious, read my link on Kasparov's page. His IQ is 190!
Apr-01-07  BadTemper: What's wrong with 26..Nc7 ?
Apr-02-07
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  tpstar: 26 ... Nc7? loses material to 27. Nxd6 Qd8/Qf6 28. Nxc8 & 29. Qxd7.

By convention, 36. Be4+ is Mate in Three. =)

Apr-04-07  BadTemper: <tpstar> ah thank you sir. i missed/forgot to realize that the Knight hangs after the capture
Jun-02-08  KingG: This is a very enjoyable blitz game. It's a shame Kasparov doesn't at least play in a few rapid and blitz events like he said he might after he retired.
Jun-02-08  benjinathan: I find 6...Qe8 to be a curious move.
Jul-14-08  capin: Jajaja. After 6. --- Qe8 a child wins. Maybe Polgar wanted Kasparov wins easy!
Dec-31-08  duplex: Not a big surprise Kasparow has humiliated Judith every single time that's why she gave up hope to be the world champion of all classes..
Mar-19-09  aazqua: Black just got manhandled in this game.
Nov-06-09  ycbaywtb: the ending w/Rd7 and Rd8 threatented is cool
Jan-11-10  Mostolesdude: Teen Wolf Polgar is no match for the king.
Jan-11-10  I play the Fred: <Not a big surprise Kasparow has humiliated Judith every single time>

Not every single time. This site has Kasparov with +12-1=4, or 14-3 (+11). Kasparov had enormous plus scores against nearly everyone he faced in his career. Here's a pretty generous sampling against some top-flight opponents (Kasparov's plus score in parentheses): Michael Adams was 6.5-16.5 (+10); Viswanathan Anand was 29.5-47.5 (+18); Evgeny Bareev was 3-12 (+9); Alexander Beliavsky was 20.5-12.5 (+8); Boris Gelfand, 4.5-17.5 (+13); Vassily Ivanchuk 19.5-28.5 (+9), Predrag Nikolic, 2.5-13.5 (+11); Alexei Shirov, 7.5-24.5 (+17); Nigel Short, 23-51 (+28); Jan Timman, 19-41 (+22); Even Viktor Korchnoi was routed, 14-31 (+17).

Mr. K scored +173 against those twelve top notch players - four of whom never won a single game against him. Damn!

It's astounding how Kasparov just blew away world-class grandmasters.

Sep-12-10  Damianx: y did he do it twice bishop etc.
Feb-18-11  FISCHERboy: Just look at Kasparov's position after 23 moves! Beautiful pawns, like an infantry going to clear the field of mines.
Feb-18-11
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  iking: <I play the Fred: <Not a big surprise Kasparow has humiliated Judith every single time> Not every single time. This site has Kasparov with +12-1=4, or 14-3 (+11). Kasparov had enormous plus scores against nearly everyone he faced in his career. Here's a pretty generous sampling against some top-flight opponents (Kasparov's plus score in parentheses): Michael Adams was 6.5-16.5 (+10); Viswanathan Anand was 29.5-47.5 (+18); Evgeny Bareev was 3-12 (+9); Alexander Beliavsky was 20.5-12.5 (+8); Boris Gelfand, 4.5-17.5 (+13); Vassily Ivanchuk 19.5-28.5 (+9), Predrag Nikolic, 2.5-13.5 (+11); Alexei Shirov, 7.5-24.5 (+17); Nigel Short, 23-51 (+28); Jan Timman, 19-41 (+22); Even Viktor Korchnoi was routed, 14-31 (+17).

Mr. K scored +173 against those twelve top notch players - four of whom never won a single game against him. Damn!

It's astounding how Kasparov just blew away world-class grandmasters. >

how about Kramnik?

does he have plus score against him?

Feb-18-11
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  iking: Classical games: Vladimir Kramnik beat Garry Kasparov 9 to 7, with 50 draws.
Feb-18-11
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  iking: Tigran Petrosian has an even score against Kasparov (+2-2=1)

Teimour RadjabovTeimour Radjabov was 15 years old at the time of this game, thus becoming the youngest player in history to defeat the world's #1 player (and did so as Black). He has an equal record (+1-1=1) against Kasparov at a classical time control.

Boris Spassky has an even record against Kasparov (+2-2=4)

Anatoly Karpov won a game against Kasparov before he turned 16, has won over 20 games against him since then, and has a narrow minus score, +23-29=137

Boris Gulko has a plus score against Kasparov (+3-1=4), including a win while Kasparov was world champion, making it three in a row)

these are the people that can hold against Kasparov ~ very few

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Feb-18-11  Wilhelm Steinitz: <iking:>

<Classical games: Vladimir Kramnik beat Garry Kasparov 9 to 7, with 50 draws.>

That statistic is incorrect. The correct score between Kasparov and Kramnik in classical chess is 5 wins, 4 losses and 40 draws in Kramnik's favour.

Mar-25-12  Robyn Hode: Yet who believes Kramnik is a better player than Kasparov?
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