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  Garry Kasparov
Garry Kimovich Kasparov was born on April 13, 1963 in Baku, the capital of the Russian republic
Kasparov successfully defended his crown in 1993 against Englishman Nigel Short, and again in 1995 by defeating the rising young Indian star Viswanathan Anand.
Kasparov is regarded as the greatest player in history and Deep Junior -- which hasn't lost to a human in two years -- is billed as the world Champion Computer.
www.chess-poster.com /great_players/kasparov.htm   (798 words)

  
  Gary Kasparov - MSN Encarta
Garry Kasparov, born in 1963, professional chess player and longtime world champion.
Garry Kimovich Kasparov was born Garri Weinstein in Baku, Azerbaijan, which was then part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).
Kasparov and Karpov won their respective matches and both claimed the title of world champion.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761579390/Kasparov_Garry_Kimovich.html   (557 words)

  
  Garry Kasparov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Garry Kasparov was born as Garry Vajnshtejn (the given name analogous to English "Harry" and surname analogous to German "Weinstein") in Baku, Azerbaijan (a former Soviet Socialist Republic) to an Armenian mother and a Jewish father.
Kasparov showed he had learned some valuable lessons in the previous match, and although the score was quite even down to the final wire, a few spectacular games involving the Sicilian defence secured the World Championship for Kasparov at the age of 22 by a score of 13-11.
Kasparov defended his title in 1995 against the Indian superstar Viswanathan Anand, which was held at the World Trade Center in New York City, before the PCA collapsed when Intel, one of the major backers, withdrew its sponsorship.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Garry_Kasparov   (3426 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov - Chesspedia, the free chess encyclopedia Pushedpawn.org
Kasparov's final Candidates match was against the resurgent Vassily Smyslov (who was randomly selected to advance after a 7-7 tie against Huebner by the spin of a roulette wheel at the quarterfinals, but soundly defeated Hungarian GM Zoltan Ribli at the semifinals).
Kasparov showed he had learned some valuable lessons in the previous match, and although the score was quite even down to the final wire, a few spectacular games involving the Sicilian defence secured the World Championship for Kasparov at the age of 22 by a score of 13-11.
Kasparov defended his title in 1995 against the Indian superstar Viswanathan Anand, which was held at the World Trade Center in New York City, before the PCA collapsed when Intel, one of the major backers, withdrew its sponsorship.
pushedpawn.org /test7/Garry_Kasparov.htm   (2903 words)

  
 Kasparov Chess Foundation - Bio
Garry Kasparov was born on April 13, 1963 in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, ex-USSR.
Kasparov showed bravery and leadership when he went into Baku, into the midst of massacre and carnage to rescue the families of his relatives and friends.
Garry was in Manhattan and Boris was in Munich.
www.kasparovchessfoundation.org /About/bio.html   (1180 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Chessmaster Garry Kasparov retires at 41   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
MOSCOW —; Garry Kasparov, the chess world's youngest-ever champion and its public face and undisputed king the last two decades, made a stunning move shortly after winning a prestigious tournament in Spain: He announced his retirement from professional play.
Kasparov, 41, became the youngest world champion ever at age 22 and quickly cut a swath through the chess world with an aggressive style that shunned settling for a draw.
Kasparov reiterated Thursday that he was disappointed with a failed campaign to reunify the title.
www.usatoday.com /tech/science/mathscience/2005-03-11-kasparov_x.htm?csp=34   (900 words)

  
 List of people who have beaten Garry Kasparov in chess - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kasparov is considered to be perhaps the strongest human chess player in history, having reached a FIDE rating of 2851 in January 2000.
Some of the people listed played Garry when he was quite young, and some were "Simul" games, where Garry took on multiple opponents at the same time.
Players who defeated Garry when he was under 16 years of age have an (U16) by their names.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_people_who_have_beaten_Garry_Kasparov_in_chess   (349 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov Biography - Plus Animated Games
Garry Kasparov cemented his authority at the top of the rating ladder with a series of fine tournament performances as well as defending his title three times against his arch-opponent Karpov.
Garry Kasparov defended his title in 1995 against the Indian superstar Viswanathan Anand, before the PCA collapsed (Intel, one of the major backers, pulled out).
Garry Kasparov proved in 2001 that he was still the strongest tournament player in the world with his fine performance in the Corus Chess Tournament at Wijk aan Zee.
www.bobby-fischer.net /garry_kasparov.htm   (1748 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov Relationships
Garry Kasparov often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but he unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Garry Kasparov frequently withdraws from the world and needs a healing, peaceful environment in order to blossom and come out of his own world.
Garry Kasparov also is quite hot-blooded and passionate with a strong desire for marriage.
www.topsynergy.com /famous/Garry_Kasparov.asp   (702 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Garry Kasparov
Garry Kimovich Kasparov (, pronounced with stress falling on the second syllable: kas-PA-rov) (born April 13, 1963) is a chess grandmaster and one of the strongest chess players in history.
Kasparov showed he had learned some valuable lessons in the previous match, and although the score was quite even down to the final wire, a few spectacular games involving the Sicilian defence secured the World Championship for Kasparov at the tender age of 22 by a score of 13-11.
Kasparov proved in 2001 that he was still the among the strongest tournament players in the world with his fine performance in the Corus Chess Tournament at Wijk aan Zee.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Garry_Kasparov   (2497 words)

  
 Kasparov: The World's Chess Champion, Ten Years and Counting? by Anne Kressler
Many, including Garry, suspect the hostilities were calculated and provoked to stir up as much internal confusion as possible so that the republics would be weakened in their efforts to break off from the Soviet Union.
Garry's mom was considered precocious at chess even when she was only six years old.
When Garry was 24 (in 1987), he predicted that he might be able to hold on to the world championship until he was 30, giving him "six more years at the top".
www.azer.com /aiweb/categories/magazine/33_folder/33_articles/33_kasparov.html   (1905 words)

  
 Presidential Symposia: Limits of Performance: Intro
Garry Kasparov (pronounced: Kas-PAH-rof) was born in 1963 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Kasparov tried to use his positional intuition to tackle the program, not letting his pieces come in close contact with those of his adversary under later in the game.
Garry also launched the idea of "Advanced Chess", where computers are used during a match, reducing the dangers of tactical oversights, and improving the quality of play.
prelectur.stanford.edu /symposia/kasparov.html   (1375 words)

  
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Garry's only difficult match was in the semifinal against Alexander Grischuk where the 17-year-old Muscovite went 1-1 in regulation before losing the playoff.
Kasparov scored a point for the victory over Israeli-built Deep Junior and the second game is scheduled for tomorrow.
Garry Kasparov was born and raised in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan.
www.lycos.com /info/garry-kasparov.html   (568 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov
Garry Kimovich Kasparov was born Gary Weinstein in Baku, Azerbaijan, USSR in 1963.
Kasparov learned to play chess from his father who later died in a road accident when he was 7 years old.
Kasparov's chess talent was apparent at an early age.
www.chesscorner.com /worldchamps/kasparov/kasparov.htm   (338 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Garry Kasparov into power, as he was a long time freind of Karpov.
Kasparov was very willing to work with Reilly, and they avoided any chance of a nuclear war.
Today, Kasparov is an outspoken political activist in the United States, and is one of the few who maintain contact with former US President Charles Nelson Reilly.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Garry_Kasparov   (488 words)

  
 The chess games of Garry Kasparov
While their first match, in 1984, was ordered stopped by FIDE (Karpov was leading 5-3), Garry Kasparov eventually emerged victorious in the 1985 rematch, becoming the youngest world champion ever at the age of 22.
In 2004, Garry Kasparov became the Russian Champion with a stunning +5 score in the Moscow Superfinal.
I understand that Kasparov is involved in politics but we should keep his page with comments about what he did best and what he is known for: as a genius of chess.
www.chessgames.com /perl/chessplayer?pid=15940   (1416 words)

  
 IBM Research | Deep Blue | Overview
Garry Kasparov was born in Baku, the capital of the Russian republic Azerbaidzhan.
By the time Garry was 16, his reputation in the Soviet Union and the east had grown to the point that he could no longer expect to enter tournaments unnoticed.
Kasparov is active in promoting the use of chess in schools as an educational subject and has set up the Kasparov International Chess Academy.
www.research.ibm.com /deepblue/meet/html/d.1.html   (822 words)

  
 Garry Kasparov
Garry Kasparov was born Gary Weinstein on 13 April, 1963 in Baku, Azerbaijan, USSR.
Kasparov was to fall out with the International Chess Federation (FIDE) and he set up a rival organisation called the Professional Chess Association (PCA) and a World Championship match was arranged in 1993, in which Kasparov played Britain’s Nigel Short.
Garry Kasparov is the highest rated player in the history of chess.
www.biogs.com /famous/kasparov.html   (386 words)

  
 CNN.com - Kasparov, 3D rival end chess series in tie - Nov. 19, 2003
World chess champion Garry Kasparov tied his computerized opponent X3D Fritz in a final match, leaving the four-game series in a draw.
Kasparov tied the computer last week in the first game, lost the second and won the third.
In the match, the chessboard is suspended in the air on a screen in front of Kasparov, who wears 3D glasses, voice-activates the chess pieces and uses a joystick to rotate the virtual board.
www.cnn.com /2003/TECH/fun.games/11/19/kasparov.chess.ap/index.html   (395 words)

  
 ChessBase.com - Chess News - Garry Kasparov retires from professional chess
At the press conference after the Linares tournament Garry Kasparov, the world strongest player and leader of the world rankings for twenty consecutive years, stunned the public and journalists by announcing his retirement from professional chess.
Garry's mother Klara Shagenovna Kasparova was present at the conference, with tears in her eyes.
When pressed Kasparov said that his decision had started to materialize when his match against Rustam Kasimdzhanov in Dubai was cancelled.
www.chessbase.com /newsdetail.asp?newsid=2258   (1039 words)

  
 GM Garry Kasparov vs. X3D Fritz
Kasparov will be looking to overcome a disappointing result in January's 3-3 drawn match with Deep Junior.
Ashley exclaimed, "Kasparov is dead!" Fans on the ICC were spitting out scores ranging from +2.50 to +3.50 from their chess programs.
Kasparov had broken through after 43.Nxa6 and the X3D Fritz resigned a couple of moves later in lieu of an imminent loss of material.
www.thechessdrum.net /tournaments/Kasparov-X3DFritz   (1321 words)

  
 From Checking Kings to Influencing Presidents - New York Times
Garry Kasparov is certain that his place in history as a chess player is secure.
Kasparov, the world's top-ranked player for the last 20 years, announced on March 10 that he was retiring from competition.
Kasparov's announcement of his retirement from chess and fresh focus on politics, some in Russia have questioned his prospects and commitment, partly because he has helped found and then abandoned political parties.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9D02E3DE143FF935A15750C0A9639C8B63   (700 words)

  
 NYCHESSKIDS: Garry Kasparov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Born Garry Weinstein in Baku, Armenia in the former USSR, his father was killed in a road accident.
The authorities seized the opportunity to give the young Garry a more Soviet-sounding last name that was based upon his mother's maiden name of Kasparyan.
Kasparov had many good teachers in his youth, Botvinnik for a correspondence chess course among them.
www.nychesskids.com /files/Kasparov.htm   (253 words)

  
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Garry Kasparov has played against the strongest chess computers and the best players in the world.
Garry Kasparov, the undefeated, highest-ranking chess player in the world, watched his opponent's pawn advance to a strong position.
Each game Kasparov had to start two pawns down, but not the same pawns were removed each time.
www.lycos.com /info/garry-kasparov--world-champion.html   (432 words)

  
 CNN.com - Kasparov: 'Intuition versus the brute force of calculation' - Feb. 10, 2003
Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov ended his battle against Deep Junior in a draw after a six game man vs machine contest.
Kasparov and the computer won one game each and drew the remaining four.
KASPAROV: It's a first match that was a purely scientific match, because we had fair conditions for both the human player and for the machine.
www.cnn.com /2003/TECH/fun.games/02/08/cnna.kasparov/index.html   (1083 words)

  
 ABC News: Person of the Week: Garry Kasparov
Kasparov was born in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan in the former Soviet Union.
By the time he was 22, Kasparov was the youngest world champion ever.
Kasparov is an inspiration to the 30 million to 40 million chess players in the world.
abcnews.go.com /WNT/PersonOfWeek/story?id=594460&page=1   (418 words)

  
 Chess books by Garry Kasparov... My Great Predecessors, Revolution in the 70s, How Life Imitates Chess
This story is told not only with the insight of Garry Kasparov, but also as seen through the eyes of the leading players who were at the forefront of the development of chess theory during those key years.
This book, the fifth in Garry Kasparov's magnificent history of the World Chess Championship, catalogues the "post-Fischer" period in the 1970s and early 1980s This period was dominated by Anatoly Karpov (world champion from 1975-1985) and his three-time challenger, Viktor Korchnoi.
Garry Kasparov, who is universally acclaimed as the greatest chessplayer ever, subjects the play from this era to a rigorous analysis - the examination being enhanced by the use of the latest chess software.
www.bcmchess.co.uk /chessbooks/kasparovbooks.html   (1571 words)

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