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Kasparov Player index

FM Charles Storey’s “Positional Chess Skills” - Pawn Structure is Overrated!
Andersson, Piket, Kasparov
A25, A87 English, Dutch
Attack with LarryC: Eran(t) attack fizzles more or Liss
Beliavsky, Kasparov, Liss, Smirin
D97, B32 Grundelf, Sicilian
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 133
Kasparov, Caruana, So, Topalov, Aronian, Nakamura, Dominguez, Svidler
N/A (Chess 960)
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The Modern Benko - Part 4
Atalik, Kasparov, Ditiatev
A59
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Rook and Knight vs. Rook - Part 2
Kramnik, Kasparov, Gelfand, Lautier, Fominyh, Mohota
D27, D47, E05
Improve Your Chess: Highly Instructive Games - Karpov-Kasparov WC 1990
Karpov, Kasparov
Improve Your Chess: Highly Instructive Games - Kasparov-Shirov 1994
Kasparov, Shirov
B30 Sicilian - Rossolimo
Improve Your Chess: First Learn End! -  Larsen-Kasparov 1983
Larsen, Kasparov
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 36
Kasparov, Navara, Nakamura, Ding, Giri
C50, B12, E32
Game Of the Week: GM Kasparov vs. GM Short
Kasparov, Short
E11 Bogo-Indian defense
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Slav Defense #7
Kramnik, Morozevich, Kasparov, Reis, Smejkal, Meduna
D15, D94 QGD Slav, Grunfeld
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Queen’s Gambit Accepted #4
Pelletier, Domont, Anand, Adianto, Kasparov, Kamsky
D26, D27 Queen's Gambit Accepted
Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiad - Part 4
Leko, Kasparov, Polgar, Mamedyarov, Krasenkow
C82, C80, B90 Ruy Lopez, Ruy Lopez: Tarrasch, Sicilian: Najdorf
Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiad - Part 3
Seirawan, Kasparov, Illescas, Nunn, Miles, Fernandez
D91, C31, D97 Grunfeld, King's Gambit Declined
Ronen through Chess history: Kasparov-Kramnik 2000 - part 4
Kramnik, Kasparov
E54, C78 Nimzo-Indian: Gligoric System, Ruy Lopez
Ronen through Chess history: Kasparov-Kramnik 2000 - part 3
Kramnik, Kasparov
D27 Queen's Gambit Accepted
Ronen through Chess history: Kasparov-Kramnik 2000 - part 2
Kasparov, Kramnik
C76, D27, A34 Ruy Lopez: Berlin defense, Queen's Gambit Accepted, English
Ronen through Chess history: Kasparov-Kramnik 2000 - part 1
Kasparov, Kramnik
C67 Ruy Lopez, Berlin defence
Ronen through Chess history: Russia vs. World 2002
Polgar, Kasparov, Akopian, Shirov, Svidler
B80, B30, C67 Sicilian: Scheveningen, Sicilian Defense, Ruy Lopez: Berlin Defense
Ronen through Chess history: Titans in Linares
Karpov, Kasparov
E86 King's Indian, Samisch variation
Alterman’s Gambit Guide: The Evans Gambit Part 4
Kasparov, Anand
C51 Evans gambit: Cordel variation
Ronen through Chess history: PCA 1995: Anand vs. Kasparov Part 4
Anand, Kasparov
B77, B01 Sicilian Dragon: Yugoslav Attack, 9.Bc4 sidelines, Scandinavian defence
Ronen through Chess history: PCA 1995: Anand vs. Kasparov Part 3
Anand, Kasparov
B78, C78 Sicilian Dragon, Yugoslav Attack, 9Bc4 Bd7 10.0-0-0 Rc8, Ruy Loe: Archangelsk and Möller Defences
Ronen through Chess history: PCA 1995: Anand vs. Kasparov Part 2
Anand, Kasparov
C80 Open Ruy Lopez: Sidelines and 9Nbd2
Ronen through Chess history: PCA 1995: Anand vs. Kasparov Part 1
Anand, Kasparov
B85, B85 Sicilian Scheveningen: 6 Be2 a6, lines with or without early Be3
Ronen through Chess history: Garry’s masterpiece
Kasparov, Topalov
B07 Pirc Defence: Miscellaneous Systems
Ronen through Chess history: Karpov vs. Kasparov
Kasparov, Karpov
A13 English: Neo Catalan
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Bishop Opening #3
Kasparov, Bareev, Vorobiov, Belukhin
C24, C24 Bishop's opening: Berlin defense, Bishop's opening: Berlin defense
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Bishop Opening #2
Kasparov, Giorgadze, Sermek, Gostisa
C41, C50 Philidor's Defense, Giuoco Pianissimo: Italian four knights variation
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - French - Part 2
Miezis, Shirov, Kasparov, CompMephExclus, Okhotnik, Cheymol
A13, B14, C42 French defense, Steiner variation , Caro-Kann: Panov-Botvinnik attack, 5...e6, Petrov: French attack
Beyond the Opening: Indian systems: Part 6
Shirov, Kasparov
E86 King's Indian: Sämisch, orthodox, 7.Nge2 c6
Beyond the Opening: Indian systems: Part 1
Danailov, Kasparov, Borsuk Maminski
E90 King's Indian: 5.Nf3
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The missing pages of Kasparov’s books - Part 4
Kasparov, Karpov
C45 Scotch: Schmidt variation
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The missing pages of Kasparov’s books - Part 3
Kasparov, Karpov
E12 Queen's Indian: 4.Nc3
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The missing pages of Kasparov’s books - Part 2
Karpov, Kasparov
D37 QGD: 4.Nf3
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The missing pages of Kasparov’s books - Part 1
Mikhalchishin, Kasparov
B82 Sicilian: Scheveningen, 6.f4
Beyond the Opening: Closed Game Structure - QGD #5
Schulman, Vouldis, Kasparov, Smyslov, Nielsen, Georgiev
Beyond the Opening: Closed Game Structure - QGD #4
Gelfand, Ivanchuk, Andersson, Kasparov, Karpov, Pelletier
Beyond the Opening: Closed Game Structure - QGD #2
Kasparov, Barua, Karpov, Ljuboljevic, Djuric, Pfleger
Beyond the Opening: Strong Point Centers #3
Hunt, Davies, Sorokin, Ramesh, Kasparov, Karpov
Beyond the Opening: Surrender of Center #3
Rohde, Speelman, Kasparov, Gurevich, Fercec, Pandurevic
Attack with LarryC: Mixed Sacrifices Part 2
Przepiork, Steiner, Land, Shaposhnikov, Murdzia, Kryvoruch,Ivanovic, Ginsburg, Short, Mchedli, Kasparov, Smirin
Beyond the Opening: Isolated Pawns 10
Kasparov, Karpov, Stein, Peterson, Larsen, Penrose