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Las mejores partidas de Garri Kaspárov

Esta colección recoge 129 partidas de Garri Kaspárov en el que se analiza desde sus comienzos hasta su match con Short de 1993 y antes de su retirada en Linares 2005.

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Gari Kasparov has dominated the world of chess for over twenty years and is, without a doubt, the greatest player of the modern era. His dynamic interpretation of chess and his deep preparation have had a spectacular impact on his way of playing, proposing a model that most of the most ambitious young players currently follow. Those who wish to emulate Kasparov's success study his methods and, above all, his games.

In this book, the first of two volumes, Igor Stohl has selected the 74 best and most instructive Kasparov games played between 1973 and 1993, commenting on them in great detail, emphasizing the gestation of the thought process that underlies Kasparov's decisions, as well as the concepts to which his moves respond. Stohl has consulted a wide variety of sources, including Kasparov's own commentaries, and provides us with a remarkable diversity of new perspectives on these milestones of modern chess, along with numerous analytical revelations. Gary Kasparov was born in 1963, and burst onto the scene in the late 1970s with a series of astonishing results in Soviet and international tournaments. In 1985 he became the youngest world champion in history, defeating Anatoly Karpov in an epic fight. Twenty years later, he is a figure of international renown, not only among chess lovers, but also among the general public, as he has occupied the front pages of newspapers around the world with high-profile events, such as his matches against IBM's supercomputer, Deep Blue, and his 1999 game against Internet users from all over the world. Igor Stohl is a well-known Grandmaster from Slovakia, who participates in several national team championships and has a great reputation as an opening theorist. His detailed commentaries are regularly published in Ceskoslovensky Sach, Informator and ChessBase Magazine. His previous book, Instructive Modern Chess Masterpieces, was awarded best book of the year by the U.S. Chess Federation.

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Index

Conventional Signs
Bibliography
Prologue
Introduction
Nº Players, Apertura tournament

  1. Kasparov – Muratkuliev, Baku 1973 Ruy Lopez (C84)
  2. Lputian – Kasparov, Tbilisi 1976 King's India (E80)
  3. Magerramov – Kasparov, Baku 1977 G. Queen Refused (D58)
  4. Kasparov – Roizman, Minsk 1978 Ruy Lopez (C61)
  5. Yuferov – Kasparov, Minsk 1978 King's India (E99)
  6. Kasparov – Palatnik, Daugavpils 1978 Alekhine (B04)
  7. Kasparov – Polugaievsky, Cto. USSR 1978 Sicilian (B43)
  8. Kasparov – Pribyl, Skara 1980 Grünfeld (D85)
  9. Kasparov – Chiburdanidze, Baku 1980 King's India (E92)
  10. Kasparov – Akesson, Dortmund 1980 Queen's India (D12)
  11. Kasparov – Romanishin, Moscow 1981 Grünfeld (D85)
  12. Beliavsky – Kasparov, Moscow 1981 King's India (E83)
  13. Vaiser – Kasparov, Cto. USSR 1981 King's India (E77)
  14. Kasparov – Fedorowicz, Graz 1981 Queen's Indian (E12)
  15. Kasparov – Andersson, Tilburg 1981 Queen's Indian (E12)
  16. Kasparov – Yusupov, Cto. USSR 1981 Bogoindia (E11)
  17. Tukmakov – Kasparov, Cto. USSR 1981 King's India (E74)
  18. Kasparov – Petrosian, Bugojno 1982 Bogoindia (E11)
  19. Kavalek – Kasparov, Bugojno 1982 King's India (E90)
  20. Kasparov – Gheorghiu, Moscow 1982 Queen's India (E12)
  21. Korchnoi – Kasparov, Lucerne 1982 Benoni Moderna (A64)
  22. Kasparov – Belyavsky, Moscow (5th) 1983 G. Lady Refused (D58)
  23. Kasparov – Tal, USSR (teams) 1983 G. Queen Refused (D44)
  24. Kasparov – Portisch, Niksic 1983 Queen's Indian (E12)
  25. Kasparov – Smyslov, Vilnius (3rd) 1984 G. Queen Refused (D52)
  26. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (3rd) 1984-5 Queen's Indian (D12)
  27. Behrhorst – Kasparov, Hamburg 1985 Grünfeld (D93)
  28. Hübner – Kasparov, Hamburg (1st) 1985 English (A21)
  29. Kasparov – Andersson, Belgrade (5th) 1985 Catalan (E06)
  30. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (1st) 1985 Nimzoindia (E20)
  31. Karpov – Kasparov, Cto. World (16th) 1985 Sicilian (B44)
  32. Karpov – Kasparov, Cto. World (24th) 1985 Sicilian (B85)
  33. Kasparov – Timman, Hilversum (4th) 1985 I.Dama/Nimzoindia (E13)
  34. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (4th) 1986 Nimzoindia (E20)
  35. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (16th) 1986 Ruy López (C92)
  36. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (22nd) 1986 G. Lady Refused (D55)
  37. Kasparov – Smejkal, Dubai 1986 Ruy López (C92)
  38. Hübner – Kasparov, Brussels 1986 Grünfeld (D90)
  39. Kasparov – Tal, Brussels 1987 Nimzoindia (E48)
  40. Züger – Kasparov, Zurich 1987 G. Queen Refused (D34)
  41. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (8th) 1987 English (A36)
  42. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (24th) 1987 Réti (A14)
  43. Kasparov – Karpov, Amsterdam 1988 Caro-Kann (B17)
  44. Ljubojevic – Kasparov, Belfort 1988 Sicilian (B81)
  45. Kasparov – Andersson, Belfort 1988 G. Queen Refused (D36)
  46. Kasparov – A. Sokolov, Belfort 1988 English (A19)
  47. Kasparov – Ivanchuk, Cto. USSR 1988 English (A29)
  48. Kasparov – Smirin, Cto. USSR 1988 King's India (E97)
  49. Timman – Kasparov, Reykjavik 1988 King's India (E88)
  50. Ehlvest – Kasparov, Reykjavik 1988 English (A28)
  51. Kasparov – Camper, Thessaloniki 1988 G. Lady Refused (D35)
  52. Speelman – Kasparov, Madrid 1988 India de Rey (E92)
  53. Yusupov – Kasparov, Barcelona 1989 India de Rey (E92)
  54. Korchnoi – Kasparov, Barcelona 1989 King's India (E97)
  55. Kasparov – Salov, Barcelona 1989 English (A34)
  56. Piket – Kasparov, Tilburg 1989 King's India (E99)
  57. Ljubojevic – Kasparov, Belgrade 1989 Sicilian (B96)
  58. Ivanchuk – Kasparov, Linares 1990 Sicilian (B97)
  59. Psajis – Kasparov, La Manga (5th) English 1990 (A26)
  60. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (2nd) 1990 Ruy López (C92)
  61. Kasparov – Karpov, Cto. World (20th) 1990 Ruy López (C92)
  62. Kasparov – Gelfand, Linares 1991 G. Queen Refused (D46)
  63. Kasparov – Anand, Tilburg 1991 Sicilian (B48)
  64. Kasparov – Wahls, Baden Baden 1992 Pirc (B07)
  65. Kasparov – Karpov, Linares 1992 Caro-Kann (B17)
  66. Kasparov – Anand, Linares 1992 French (C18)
  67. Shirov – Kasparov, Dortmund 1992 King's India (E86)
  68. Kasparov – Loginov, Manila 1992 King's India (E84)
  69. Kasparov – Nikolic, Manila 1992 Slav (D10)
  70. Short – Kasparov, Debrecen 1992 Sicilian (B82)
  71. Karpov – Kasparov, Linares 1993 King's India (E86)
  72. Kasparov – Kamsky, Linares 1993 Sicilian (B80)
  73. Kasparov – Short, Cto. World (7th) 1993 Ruy López (C88)
  74. Short – Kasparov, Cto. World (8th) 1993 Sicilian (B86)

Opponent Index

Gary Kasparov has dominated the chess world for more than twenty years and is, without a doubt, the greatest player of the modern era. His dynamic interpretation of chess and his deep preparation have had a spectacular impact on the way he plays, proposing a model that most ambitious young players currently follow. Those who wish to emulate Kasparov's success study his methods and, above all, his games.

Download free PDF sample .

Index

Conventional Signs
Bibliography
Prologue
Introduction
Nº Players, Apertura tournament

  1. Kasparov – Ivanchuk, Linares 1994 Queen's Gambit Refused (D44)
  2. Kasparov – Short, Amsterdam 1994 French Defence (C11) (E80)
  3. Kramnik – Kasparov, Munich 1994 King's Indian Defense (D58)
  4. Kasparov – Kramnik, Novgorod 1994 Sicilian Defence (B33)
  5. Kasparov – Nikolic, Horgen 1994 French Defence (C18)
  6. Kasparov – Shirov, Horgen 1994 Sicilian Defence (B33)
  7. Z. Almasi – Kasparov, Lyon 1994 Sicilian Defence (B82)
  8. Kasparov – Short, Moscow 1994 Sicilian Defence (B84)
  9. Kasparov – Anand, Riga 1995 Evans Gambit (C51)
  10. Gulko – Kasparov, Novgorod 1995 King's Indian Defense (E92)
  11. Yusupov – Kasparov, Novgorod 1995 Queen's Pawn Opening (A48)
  12. Kasparov – Anand, New York 1995 Opening Ruy Lopez (C80)
  13. Kasparov – Korchnoi, Horgen 1995 Queen's Gambit Refused (D43)
  14. udasin – Kasparov, Ljubljana 1995 Sicilian Defence (B51)
  15. Kasparov – Anand, Amsterdam 1996 Caro-Kann Defence (B14)
  16. Kasparov – Hracek, Yerevan 1996 Sicilian Defence (B66)
  17. Smirin – Kasparov, Yerevan 1996 Sicilian Defence (B90)
  18. Topalov – Kasparov, Las Palmas 1996 Catalan Opening (D11)
  19. Shirov – Kasparov, Linares 1997 Sicilian Defence (B90)
  20. Kasparov – Kramnik, Linares 1997 Nimzoindian Defence (E59)
  21. Gelfand – Kasparov, Novgorod 1997 Queen's Indian Defence (E12)
  22. Kasparov – Panno, Buenos Aires 1997 Nimzo-Indian Defence (E32)
  23. van Wely – Kasparov, Tilburg 1997 English Opening (A25)
  24. Kasparov – Piket, Tilburg 1997 Queen's Gambit Accepted (D27)
  25. Kasparov – Anand, Linares 1998 Caro-Kann Defence (B17)
  26. Yermolinsky – Kasparov, Wijk a.Z.1999 Grünfeld Defence (D85)
  27. Kasparov – Topalov, Wijk aan Zee 1999 Pirc Defense (B07)
  28. Kasparov – Svidler, Wijk aan Zee 1999 Grünfeld Defense (D97)
  29. Topalov – Kasparov, Linares 1999 Sicilian Defence (B80)
  30. Svidler – Kasparov, Linares 1999 Sicilian Defence (B53)
  31. Anand – Kasparov, Linares 1999 Sicilian Defence (B80)
  32. Kasparov – Short, Sarajevo 1999 Nimzo-Indian Defence (D20)
  33. Kasparov – World, Internet 1999 Sicilian Defense (B52)
  34. Kasparov – Kramnik, Frankfurt 1999 Sicilian Defense (B66)
  35. Kasparov – van Wely, Wijk aan Z. 2000 Sicilian Defence (B80)
  36. Kramnik – Kasparov, Linares 2000 English Opening (A30)
  37. Kasparov – Bacrot, Sarajevo 2000 Scottish Opening (C45)
  38. Movsesian – Kasparov, Sarajevo 2000 Sicilian Defence (B80)
  39. Tiviakov – Kasparov, Wijk aan Zee 2001 Sicilian Defence (B23)
  40. Kasparov – Topalov, Wijk aan Zee 2001 Sicilian Defence (B80)
  41. Grischuk – Kasparov, Linares 2001 Sicilian Defense (B90)
  42. Kasparov – Karpov, Linares 2001 Caro-Kann Defence (B12)
  43. Kasparov – Lautier, Cannes 2001 Sicilian Defence (B49)
  44. Morozevich – Kasparov, Astana 2001 Sicilian Defense (B87)
  45. Kasparov – Kramnik, Astana 2001 Opening Ruy Lopez (C67)
  46. Kasparov – Oral, Prague 2001 English Opening (A31)
  47. Kasparov – Ponomariov, Linares 2002 French Defence (C10)
  48. Lutz – Kasparov, Bled 2002 Sicilian Defence (B85)
  49. Kasparov – Ponomariov, Linares 2003 Queen's Indian Defence (E18)
  50. Kasparov – Grischuk, Rethymnon 2003 Nimzo-Indian Defence (E32)
  51. Kasparov – Vallejo, Linares 2004 Queen's Gambit Refused (D45)
  52. Kasparov – Dreev, Cto. Russia 2004 Queen's Gambit Refused (D43)
  53. Kasimdzhanov – Kasparov, Linares 2005 Queen's Gambit Refused (D48)
  54. Adams – Kasparov, Linares 2005 Sicilian Defense (B84)

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Language
Spanish
Theme
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Level
Everyone
Author
Igor Stohl
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