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By Garry Kasparov

Among 1984 and 1990 Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov contested 5 lengthy suits for the realm Championship. This fourth quantity of the sequence 'Garry Kasparov on smooth Chess' concentrates on the entire video games performed among the 2 from 1988 to the current day and lines their 5th international Championship fit performed in long island and Lyon 1990.

The interval after 1990 used to be additionally a desirable one within the chess international because it witnessed the emergence of a brand new iteration of younger grandmasters able to demanding the supremacy of the 2 'K's'. among them those nice champions had ruled the chess panorama for the former 20 years and it has appeared unthinkable significant match will be gained through a special participant. Now, even if, grandmasters reminiscent of Viswanathan Anand, Vassily Ivanchuk, Nigel brief, Boris Gelfand, Vladimir Kramnik and Veselin Topalov arrived at the scene and proved themselves able to competing effectively on the very maximum levels.

This interval additionally witnessed an expanding disatisfaction among the area elite with the conventional ruling physique, FIDE (the global Chess Federation). This resulted in makes an attempt by means of the prime grandmasters to organise the area Championship cycle open air of FIDE's jurisdiction. within the overdue Nineteen Eighties the Grandmasters Assocation (GMA) used to be created and used to be chargeable for the organization of the realm Cup - a event championship of the world's top chess gamers. one other company, the pro Chessplayers organization (PCA) in 1993.

In this quantity Garry Kasparov (world champion among 1985 and 2000 and usually considered as the best participant ever) analyses extensive all of the video games and suits he performed opposed to his nice rival Anatoly Karpov from 1988 to the current day. Kasparov was once in my view inquisitive about the construction of either the GMA and PCA and provides a desirable perception into this significant time in chess background.

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LLlf6?! ) 18 l:i:el ~e6 (but not 18 ... lLle6? , for example: 20 ... 'iVf6 21 hS gxhs 22 JIe3! with a powerful attack) 19 lLld4 19 ... l:i:d8?! 19 ... Me8! (with the idea of 20 ~b3 'iVd8) was stronger - this recommendation of Karpov and Zaitsev was soon put into practice: 20 g3 (20 lLlfS? is refuted by the amusing 20 ... ~xfS 21 l1xe7 Mxe7) 20 ... 'ilVd8 21 Mdl?! ~h3 22 lLlf3 'iVe7 23 'iVd6 'iVe2, and it was now White who had to seek a way to equalise by 24 'iVd3 (SmirinKhalifman, Moscow 1989).

It ended with me being presented with an announcement in the press about the start of the additional match on 22 August. It is only because I don't want to disappoint the fans who are now awaiting this match that I am agreeing to play. However, I consider the changes introduced into the regulations after the start of the championship to be absolutely unacceptable and unlawful. Therefore I consider that: 1) the match should consist of only four games; 2) in the event of a definite result, the winner will be declared USSR champion for 1988; 3) in the event of a drawn match, it will be at the discretion of the arbiter team: either both contestants will be declared USSR champion, or the title of champion will be considered not resolved.

Speelman - 8V2; 9. Sokolov - 8; 10-13. Tal, Nikolic, Timman and Seirawan - 7V2; 14. Nogueiras - 7; 15. Korchnoi - 6V2; 16. Sax - 6; 17. Winants (score did not count) 2V2 (Vaganian with 2 points withdrew after the 4th round). In Brussels immediately after the tournament, on 26 April, we held the first GMA General Assembly. By that time 143 grandmasters, including 23 Soviet, had already joined our organisation. And all of them had the right to vote in the election for the new GMA Board. Although there were comparatively few participants in the room, many of the absent grandmasters voted by proxy.

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