Chess PGN Game Match played Anand, Viswanathan vs Kasparov, Garry- in Chess Classics Giants, Open: Sicilian – Najdorf, Byrne (English) attack


Match between Anand, Viswanathan and Kasparov, Garry

Event: Chess Classics Giants

Variation: Sicilian – Najdorf, Byrne (English) attack

Pgn File:


[Event “Chess Classics Giants”]
[Site “Frankfurt”]
[Date “1998.06.17”]
[Round “2”]
[White “[White would not have the option of playing cxb3, but I don’t think this “White would not have the option of playing cxb3, but I don’t think this”]”]
[Black “Kasparov, Garry”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2770”]
[BlackElo “2825”]
[ECO “B90”]
[Annotator “Anand,V”]
[EventDate “1998.06.17”]
[PlyCount “77”]
[EventType “tourn (rapid)”]
[EventRounds “6”]
[EventCountry “GER”]
[Source “web”]
[SourceDate “1998.08.06”]
[EventCategory “22”]
[[{ Kasparov had lost against Vlady in the first round, so I could imagine “{ Kasparov had lost against Vlady in the first round, so I could imagine”] “[{ Kasparov had lost against Vlady in the first round, so I could imagine “{ Kasparov had lost against Vlady in the first round, so I could imagine”]”]
[[that he was in a particularly aggressive state. } “that he was in a particularly aggressive state. }”] “[that he was in a particularly aggressive state. } “that he was in a particularly aggressive state. }”]”]
[[1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 Ng4 { Kasparov “1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 Ng4 { Kasparov”] “[1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 Ng4 { Kasparov “1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 Ng4 { Kasparov”]”]
[[played 6…e5 all the time against Topalov in Leon. Maybe the presence of “played 6…e5 all the time against Topalov in Leon. Maybe the presence of”] “[played 6…e5 all the time against Topalov in Leon. Maybe the presence of “played 6…e5 all the time against Topalov in Leon. Maybe the presence of”]”]
[[the computer-second influenced his choice. He has experimented with all the “the computer-second influenced his choice. He has experimented with all the”] “[the computer-second influenced his choice. He has experimented with all the “the computer-second influenced his choice. He has experimented with all the”]”]
[[main-lines (6…e6,6…e5 and 6…Ng4) , but he almost always plays 6…Ng4 “main-lines (6…e6,6…e5 and 6…Ng4) , but he almost always plays 6…Ng4”] “[main-lines (6…e6,6…e5 and 6…Ng4) , but he almost always plays 6…Ng4 “main-lines (6…e6,6…e5 and 6…Ng4) , but he almost always plays 6…Ng4″]”]
[[against me. } 7. Bg5 h6 8. Bh4 g5 9. Bg3 Bg7 10. Be2 { In Linares, I played “against me. } 7. Bg5 h6 8. Bh4 g5 9. Bg3 Bg7 10. Be2 { In Linares, I played”] “[against me. } 7. Bg5 h6 8. Bh4 g5 9. Bg3 Bg7 10. Be2 { In Linares, I played “against me. } 7. Bg5 h6 8. Bh4 g5 9. Bg3 Bg7 10. Be2 { In Linares, I played”]”]
[[10.Qd2 here, but here I wanted to try something else. } 10… h5 11. Bxg4 “10.Qd2 here, but here I wanted to try something else. } 10… h5 11. Bxg4”] “[10.Qd2 here, but here I wanted to try something else. } 10… h5 11. Bxg4 “10.Qd2 here, but here I wanted to try something else. } 10… h5 11. Bxg4″]”]
[[Bxg4 12. f3 Bd7 13. Bf2 Nc6 14. Qd2 Ne5 15. b3 $1 { In Geneva, I castled “Bxg4 12. f3 Bd7 13. Bf2 Nc6 14. Qd2 Ne5 15. b3 $1 { In Geneva, I castled”] “[Bxg4 12. f3 Bd7 13. Bf2 Nc6 14. Qd2 Ne5 15. b3 $1 { In Geneva, I castled “Bxg4 12. f3 Bd7 13. Bf2 Nc6 14. Qd2 Ne5 15. b3 $1 { In Geneva, I castled”]”]
[[twice. Thereafter, presumably under the influence of these games, I looked “twice. Thereafter, presumably under the influence of these games, I looked”] “[twice. Thereafter, presumably under the influence of these games, I looked “twice. Thereafter, presumably under the influence of these games, I looked”]”]
[[elsewhere for White’s advantage. Peter Leko pointed this out to me and we “elsewhere for White’s advantage. Peter Leko pointed this out to me and we”] “[elsewhere for White’s advantage. Peter Leko pointed this out to me and we “elsewhere for White’s advantage. Peter Leko pointed this out to me and we”]”]
[[soon realized that White is in very good shape here. } 15… e6 16. Nde2 $1 “soon realized that White is in very good shape here. } 15… e6 16. Nde2 $1”] “[soon realized that White is in very good shape here. } 15… e6 16. Nde2 $1 “soon realized that White is in very good shape here. } 15… e6 16. Nde2 $1″]”]
[[Rc8 { An important moment – if you wonder later in the game why Black can’t “Rc8 { An important moment – if you wonder later in the game why Black can’t”] “[Rc8 { An important moment – if you wonder later in the game why Black can’t “Rc8 { An important moment – if you wonder later in the game why Black can’t”]”]
[[simply castle on the queenside! } 17. Bd4 { Neutralizing Black’s “Dragon “simply castle on the queenside! } 17. Bd4 { Neutralizing Black’s “Dragon”] “[simply castle on the queenside! } 17. Bd4 { Neutralizing Black’s “Dragon “simply castle on the queenside! } 17. Bd4 { Neutralizing Black’s “Dragon”]”]
[[bishop” } 17… b5 18. Nd1 $3 { The reason White shouldn’t castle too “bishop” } 17… b5 18. Nd1 $3 { The reason White shouldn’t castle too”] “[bishop” } 17… b5 18. Nd1 $3 { The reason White shouldn’t castle too “bishop” } 17… b5 18. Nd1 $3 { The reason White shouldn’t castle too”]”]
[[early. The knight is superbly placed on e3. Against Kamsky (our 9th match “early. The knight is superbly placed on e3. Against Kamsky (our 9th match”] “[early. The knight is superbly placed on e3. Against Kamsky (our 9th match “early. The knight is superbly placed on e3. Against Kamsky (our 9th match”]”]
[[game in Las Palmas, I executed a similar manoeuvre – but the knight went “game in Las Palmas, I executed a similar manoeuvre – but the knight went”] “[game in Las Palmas, I executed a similar manoeuvre – but the knight went “game in Las Palmas, I executed a similar manoeuvre – but the knight went”]”]
[[from e3 to c3 via d1.) Here the reverse manoeuvre, but I was equally “from e3 to c3 via d1.) Here the reverse manoeuvre, but I was equally”] “[from e3 to c3 via d1.) Here the reverse manoeuvre, but I was equally “from e3 to c3 via d1.) Here the reverse manoeuvre, but I was equally”]”]
[[pleased. } 18… Rg8 { Perhaps Black should have started with a5-a4 as then “pleased. } 18… Rg8 { Perhaps Black should have started with a5-a4 as then”] “[pleased. } 18… Rg8 { Perhaps Black should have started with a5-a4 as then “pleased. } 18… Rg8 { Perhaps Black should have started with a5-a4 as then”]”]
[[improves Black’s prospects. Incidentally, Black’s king is stuck on e8 for “improves Black’s prospects. Incidentally, Black’s king is stuck on e8 for”] “[improves Black’s prospects. Incidentally, Black’s king is stuck on e8 for “improves Black’s prospects. Incidentally, Black’s king is stuck on e8 for”]”]
[[the rest of the game. } 19. Ne3 a5 20. O-O-O a4 21. Kb1 axb3 22. cxb3 { “the rest of the game. } 19. Ne3 a5 20. O-O-O a4 21. Kb1 axb3 22. cxb3 {“] “[the rest of the game. } 19. Ne3 a5 20. O-O-O a4 21. Kb1 axb3 22. cxb3 { “the rest of the game. } 19. Ne3 a5 20. O-O-O a4 21. Kb1 axb3 22. cxb3 {“]”]
[Helpful “[Helpful to have the c-file open, but 22. axb3 was also good for White. } “Helpful to have the c-file open, but 22. axb3 was also good for White. }”]”]
[[22… Ra8 23. Bc3 Ra6 24. Nc2 { Now Nb4 threatens to force the rook to b6, “22… Ra8 23. Bc3 Ra6 24. Nc2 { Now Nb4 threatens to force the rook to b6,”] “[22… Ra8 23. Bc3 Ra6 24. Nc2 { Now Nb4 threatens to force the rook to b6, “22… Ra8 23. Bc3 Ra6 24. Nc2 { Now Nb4 threatens to force the rook to b6,”]”]
[[so his next move if forced. } 24… Bf8 25. Nb4 Ra8 26. Nd4 Be7 27. Rhe1 “so his next move if forced. } 24… Bf8 25. Nb4 Ra8 26. Nd4 Be7 27. Rhe1”] “[so his next move if forced. } 24… Bf8 25. Nb4 Ra8 26. Nd4 Be7 27. Rhe1 “so his next move if forced. } 24… Bf8 25. Nb4 Ra8 26. Nd4 Be7 27. Rhe1″]”]
[[Qc8 28. Bb2 Qb7 29. Ndc2 $6 { Just enjoying the position. } 29… f6 30. “Qc8 28. Bb2 Qb7 29. Ndc2 $6 { Just enjoying the position. } 29… f6 30.”] “[Qc8 28. Bb2 Qb7 29. Ndc2 $6 { Just enjoying the position. } 29… f6 30. “Qc8 28. Bb2 Qb7 29. Ndc2 $6 { Just enjoying the position. } 29… f6 30.”]”]
[[Nd4 $1 { Correcting my last move – if Black had a little more time, he “Nd4 $1 { Correcting my last move – if Black had a little more time, he”] “[Nd4 $1 { Correcting my last move – if Black had a little more time, he “Nd4 $1 { Correcting my last move – if Black had a little more time, he”]”]
[[could consolidate. } 30… h4 (30… Kf7 31. g3 { /\ f4 }) 31. g3 g4 32. f4 “could consolidate. } 30… h4 (30… Kf7 31. g3 { /\ f4 }) 31. g3 g4 32. f4”] “[could consolidate. } 30… h4 (30… Kf7 31. g3 { /\ f4 }) 31. g3 g4 32. f4 “could consolidate. } 30… h4 (30… Kf7 31. g3 { /\ f4 }) 31. g3 g4 32. f4″]”]
[[Nf3 33. Nxf3 gxf3 34. f5 $1 { Once the knight gets to d5… } 34… hxg3 “Nf3 33. Nxf3 gxf3 34. f5 $1 { Once the knight gets to d5… } 34… hxg3”] “[Nf3 33. Nxf3 gxf3 34. f5 $1 { Once the knight gets to d5… } 34… hxg3 “Nf3 33. Nxf3 gxf3 34. f5 $1 { Once the knight gets to d5… } 34… hxg3″]”]
[[35. hxg3 Rxg3 36. Qh2 $1 Rg5 (36… Rg7 37. Qh5+) 37. Bc1 Rg7 38. Qh5+ (38. “35. hxg3 Rxg3 36. Qh2 $1 Rg5 (36… Rg7 37. Qh5+) 37. Bc1 Rg7 38. Qh5+ (38.”] “[35. hxg3 Rxg3 36. Qh2 $1 Rg5 (36… Rg7 37. Qh5+) 37. Bc1 Rg7 38. Qh5+ (38. “35. hxg3 Rxg3 36. Qh2 $1 Rg5 (36… Rg7 37. Qh5+) 37. Bc1 Rg7 38. Qh5+ (38.”]”]
[[Qh8+ { Is also interesting, but I wanted to keep it simple. }) 38… Rf7 “Qh8+ { Is also interesting, but I wanted to keep it simple. }) 38… Rf7”] “[Qh8+ { Is also interesting, but I wanted to keep it simple. }) 38… Rf7 “Qh8+ { Is also interesting, but I wanted to keep it simple. }) 38… Rf7″]”]
[[39. Qxf3 { Kasparov didn’t want to look at his position anymore. However, “39. Qxf3 { Kasparov didn’t want to look at his position anymore. However,”] “[39. Qxf3 { Kasparov didn’t want to look at his position anymore. However, “39. Qxf3 { Kasparov didn’t want to look at his position anymore. However,”]”]
[[his resignation needs to be explained. } (39. Qxf3 exf5 { This is the only “his resignation needs to be explained. } (39. Qxf3 exf5 { This is the only”] “[his resignation needs to be explained. } (39. Qxf3 exf5 { This is the only “his resignation needs to be explained. } (39. Qxf3 exf5 { This is the only”]”]
[[move. } 40. Nd5 fxe4 41. Rxe4 $1 (41. Qxe4 Bc6 $13) 41… Bc6 42. Rxe7+ $1 “move. } 40. Nd5 fxe4 41. Rxe4 $1 (41. Qxe4 Bc6 $13) 41… Bc6 42. Rxe7+ $1”] “[move. } 40. Nd5 fxe4 41. Rxe4 $1 (41. Qxe4 Bc6 $13) 41… Bc6 42. Rxe7+ $1 “move. } 40. Nd5 fxe4 41. Rxe4 $1 (41. Qxe4 Bc6 $13) 41… Bc6 42. Rxe7+ $1″]”]
[[Rxe7 43. Nxf6+ Kd8 44. Rxd6+ Kc7 45. Qf4 $1 $18 { Black’s king is too “Rxe7 43. Nxf6+ Kd8 44. Rxd6+ Kc7 45. Qf4 $1 $18 { Black’s king is too”] “[Rxe7 43. Nxf6+ Kd8 44. Rxd6+ Kc7 45. Qf4 $1 $18 { Black’s king is too “Rxe7 43. Nxf6+ Kd8 44. Rxd6+ Kc7 45. Qf4 $1 $18 { Black’s king is too”]”]
[[exposed to survive and the opposite colored bishops make it worse. }) 1-0 “exposed to survive and the opposite colored bishops make it worse. }) 1-0”] “[exposed to survive and the opposite colored bishops make it worse. }) 1-0 “exposed to survive and the opposite colored bishops make it worse. }) 1-0″]”]
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