What is Kasparov?

  • (noun): Azerbaijani chess master who became world champion in 1985 by defeating Anatoli Karpov (born in 1963).
    Synonyms: Gary Kasparov, Gary Weinstein

Some articles on kasparov:

My Great Predecessors
... is a series of chess books written by World Champion Garry Kasparov ... My Great Predecessors series are about the players who preceded Kasparov in being official World Champions ... Modern Chess volumes that covers developments in the 1970s and Kasparov's games with Anatoly Karpov ...
World Chess Championship 1987
... World Chess Championship was played between Anatoly Karpov and Garry Kasparov in Seville from October 12 to December 19, 1987 ... Before the 24th game, Kasparov was down 12-11, but in the 24th game, Kasparov made a comeback by using the English Opening to win the final game to retain his title ...
Mig Greengard - Journalism
... chess blog, "The Daily Dirt", in which he had often passed on comments from Garry Kasparov ... He was widely quoted as a commentator on the Garry Kasparov v X3D Fritz match in November 2003 ... Greengard was vice president of content for Kasparov Chess Online and editor-in-chief of kasparovchess.com from 1999 until the site's demise in 2002 ...
My Great Predecessors - Reception
... absence of, even, a basic bibliography is shocking in a work which claims to be 'Garry Kasparov's long-awaited definitive history of the World Chess Championship', and a ... It is too bad that Kasparov and Plisetsky didn't hire Winter to fact check the book ... Kasparov’s mammoth series has set new standards for writing about chess history." ...
List Of Chess Software
... Ikarus Interface Chess Instant Messenger Junior Kaissa Kasparov Chessmate Kasparov's Gambit KnightCap Kotok-McCarthy Lego Chess MChess Pro Mac Hack Micro-Max Microchess Mizar chess ...