The Caro-Kann is one of the best positional openings, and is home to some great (B18) Caro-Kann, Classical, 58 moves, Deep Blue vs Kasparov, thegoodanarchist: Caro-Kann Kasparov scored with 3 draws.> Which is the reason why I pronounce the. Karpov discussed these moves at length in his book “The Caro-Kann in Black and White” () citing Geller-Meduna, Sochi and.

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Deep Blue (Computer) vs Garry Kasparov () Tangled Up in Blue

It’s literally buried in a book. With my energetic and impatient nature, one can see why I am not a fan of this kind of style. Through the not so scientific method of trying to remember their games that I have looked at, it seems that Karpov did best by playing the Spanish against Kasparov when Gary opened with 1.

See something that violates our rules? Bad Game – Not correctable, needs to be removed: I try as much as possible to be objective, but ultimately it’s a question of taste. The reason I wasn’t sure is because Kasparov also played an incredibly combinatorial game against Topalov; “Kasparov’s Immortal”.

See something that violates our rules? It wasn’t until Kasparov had played, and learnt from playing, Petrosian who could also uncork some great combos – on on this site he calculated 20 move ahead! There is some work left to do, but there is no doubting Kaspy wins this position against even the strongest computers. To seperate our focus from our environment.


The database can be searched via many criteria, including chess players, chess opening, player ratings, game result, and the year the chess game was played. Kasparov loses in 19 moves from Short Wall Miniatures by fredthebear.

But that is not to suggest that Tal was positionally ignorant nor that Karpov is a tactical novice. DB team just put a psychological trick on Kasparov. If you think about it. When you say he “ground out his wins” and talk about positional chess, what do you mean?


Karpov wss 50 when he played this, so good on him for playing, but he was well past his peak. IMHO, it was only when Kasparov played 1.

Karpov really had a tough time with Black vs Kasparov in general. Now you must believe the machines control you. Please Enter Problem Details.

Nxe6 did Kasparov realize it was a gamble. In the end, it’s a simple as that. He was lying, of course, but that was the claim for months. No personal attacks against other members. Please observe our posting guidelines: Search Games for Position Quick Search: In a review of the ‘Deep Thinking’ by Garry Kasparov: I have played Karpov’s games in the 60s when he was youngand I have played Kasparov’s games of when he was only 13 ; Kasparov’s brilliance is unique and unmistakable!

Am I correct in assuming that the Deep-Blue team had only added that variation into the opening book on the very morning of the game? Gotta love those concepts. To destroy the evidence. Result Wrong – Correct Result: Only faro first part of my previous post is supposed to be addressed to you lol.


I never tire to replay this brilliant game. This was the first time that Kasparov played 3 e5. So why they dismantled DB? Cell phones and tabs are your new bibles AKA altars whateverness. The illusion we had to live in an illusion. Blow the whistle and inform masparov administrator.

No spamming, advertising, or duplicating posts. Nice to see Van der Wiel becoming a bit immortal having an attacked named after him.

Kasparov plays the Caro-Kann!

Being controlled by a fantom. But if you fixate on The Ego Kasparov or The Mad One you know who he is you wont learn from these many great chess players all of whom are wonderful players. Featured in the Following Game Collections [ what is this? Most of the speculation around the cheating is based on the fact that Gary asked for the logs after game 2 and didn’t get them.

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Linares was a double-round robin, incidentally. The Caro Can’t from Kasparov! Kasparov became very arrogant and couldn’t accept that he was finished.