The Shortest Game of Garry Kasparov’s Chess Career!

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov analyzes the shortest game of Garry Kasaprov’s chess career, which is also his quickest win. It’s a really impressive game and not only will you enjoy the beauty of Kasparov’s combination, but you’ll also get into his head and see how exactly he could find these moves, so that you can incorporate this thinking process in YOUR own games.

And interesting to note is that Kasparov was only 14-years old when he played this game, and yet he was already a really strong player. At one point in the game, Kasparov had already developed all his pieces, while all his opponent’s pieces were in their initial position – crazy, isn’t it!

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