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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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Aug-22-06  TIMER: The rest of the game:
21 b4 Nc7 22 Qd2 h4 23 g4 Ne6 24 Nf5 gf5 25 ef5 Ra3 26 Ne4 d5 27 cd5 cd5 28 fe6 fe6 29 Ng5 Nf6 30 Bc5 Qc7 31 Ne6 Be6 32 Re6 Rf7 33 g5 Ne4 34 Re8+ Kh7 35 Qd5 Nc5 36 bc5 Bf8 37 g6+ Kg6 38 Qg5+ Kh7 39 Be4+ Kh8 40 Qh6+ Kg8 41 Bh7+ Kh8 42 Bg6+ Kg8 43 Bh7+ Kh8 44 Bg6+ Kg8 45 Bf7+ Qf7 46 Qg5+ Kh7 47 Rf8
Aug-22-06
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  cu8sfan: <TIMER> Where did you get these? Were you there? Are the games somewhere on a webpage? I think there was a problem with the transmission and the moves were lost.
Aug-22-06  TIMER: <cu8sfan> Mig said that Kasparov relayed the whole game to him over the phone !
Aug-22-06
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  cu8sfan: Thanks. Marc Crowther of TWIC wrote that Mig was talking to Gary so I think we can be confident that it's right.
Aug-23-06  Chess Lou Zer: Good puzzle after 43...Kh8.
Aug-29-06  Tenderfoot: Why not 43...Rxh7? Obviously I haven't found something that Judit Polgar overlooked, but still, I am having trouble seeing where that line goes wrong.
Aug-29-06
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  Albertan: Tenderfoot if Polgar had played 43...Rxh7?? the game would end after 44.Rxf8 checkmate.

Sep-01-06  Tenderfoot: haha, Oh. Yeah, I see it now.
Oct-06-06  cotdt: i can't beleive kasparov is still so good at chess, given how old he is.
Oct-07-06  MrMelad: <cotdt> lol :)
Oct-12-06  notyetagm: Wow, Kasparov is so freaking strong.
Oct-12-06  notyetagm: Position after 23 g4:


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Holy criminy! How would you like to play Black in this position? :-)

Oct-12-06  notyetagm: Compare the positions of the Black knights to the positions of the White knights here


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and here


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What an incredible transformation Kasparov brings about.

Oct-12-06  notyetagm: This game is a beautiful combination of strategy (central expansion) and tactics (24 ♘f5!, 41 ♗h7+!).

Simply beautiful.

Nov-15-06  GrandPatzerSCL: What.. a 5 min game?? These people can come up with this stuff in a Blitz game???
Nov-15-06  Willtord: 36. Ce4+ and White wins.
Nov-15-06  AliMatok: kasparov the best chess player of all time. better than kramnik for sure. bet???
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 ?
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