Gari Kasparov has dominated the chess world for more than twenty years and is undoubtedly the greatest player of the modern era. His dynamic interpretation of chess and its thorough preparation exerted a dramatic impact on the way they play, suggesting a model that currently covers most of the most ambitious young players. Those who wish to emulate the success of Kasparov, study their methods and, above all, their games.
In this book, the first of two volumes, Igor Stohl has selected the 74 best and most instructive games from Kasparov played between 1973 and 1993, commenting in great detail, emphasizing the gestation of the thought process behind Kasparov's decisions, well as the concepts that match their moves. Stohl has consulted a variety of sources, including Kasparov's own comments, and gives us a remarkable diversity of perspectives on these new milestones of modern chess, along with numerous analytical revelations.
Gari Kasparov was born in 1963 and came on the scene in the late seventies with a series of amazing results in Soviet and international tournaments. In 1985 the youngest world champion in history, was proclaimed by defeating Anatoli Karpov in an epic struggle. Twenty years is a figure of international renown, not only among chess lovers, but among the general public, has since occupied the front pages of newspapers around the world with high-profile events, like their matches against IBM supercomputer, Deep Blue, and starting 1999 with Internet users around the globe.
"Often exceeds Stohl comments Kasparov himself. One of the best books of the year" GM Lubomir Kavalek, Washington Post
"No doubt there are many years of work here ... The result is a tremendous book that should inspire chess players worldwide. Highly recommended" MY John Donaldson, Silman's Review
"... a sumptuous collection" MY Craig Pritchett, The Herald
"Stohl provides clues about the approach and the technique of high-level Kasparov has become the most important player of the past twenty years. An awesome book!" John Anderson, Correspondence Chess
Since the late eighties, there is hardly any really comprehensive book devoted to the games of Kasparov ... Stohl deserves to be praised for his courage in facing this great task "John Saunders, British Chess Magazine
Igor Stohl is a known Grand Master of Slovakia, which is involved in several national team championships and has a reputation as a theorist starts. Your detailed comments are regularly published in Ceskoslovensky Sach, Informator and ChessBase Magazine. His previous book, Instructive Modern Chess Masterpieces was named best book of the year by the Chess Federation USA.
- Editorial La Casa del Ajedrez
- Autor Stohl, Igor
- Translator Antonio Gude Fernandez
- Format 17 x 24 cm.
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 320
- Edition 1ª 12/2005
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 978-84-934786-0-5
- EAN-13 9788493478605
- Thematic Biography
- Year of publication 2005