Greetings, dear chess fans and experts! This is FIDE Master Max Omariev with you. Today we are gonna be looking at how Garry Kasparov, the 13th world champion, executed a brilliant attack against the U.S. champion Fabiano Caruana. This game was played in 2016 at the Ultimate Blitz Challenge tournament, where Garry Kasparov fought against the best chess players in the United States.
Fabiano Caruana opens with knight F3. Knight F6 – Garry Kasparov responds. G3. This is Reti opening, and now we’ll see what Garry Kasparov has in store against this boring start. We have complete symmetry. Apparently Garry wants to play this game quickly. This is, by the way, the last game in this tournament, and perhaps Garry is already tired. He’s not a young man anymore. As you know, he gave up chess quite a long time ago. But let’s get back to the game. So far we have an unhurried development.
E5 – Garry Kasparov plays following the old Indian defense. But Fabiano Caruana decides to flank both bishops, affecting the center, but perhaps now he wants to play D4 as well to attack the center not only with pieces, but also with pawns. That’s why Garry Kasparov plays C5, not allowing him to play D2-D4. But this move has a disadvantage: the square D5 is weakened, now the knight can go to C3, then the second knight will go to E1, but in general White can occupy the square D5. But no. Caruana chooses another plan, he wants to play D4 anyway, so he plays E3. Kasparov plays knight C6, adds a blow on the D4 field, but also develops a knight. The game is going on let’s see the attack from Kasparov.
That was a brilliant game from the 13th world champion. He showed us the right way to attack. Friends, I hope you enjoyed this phenomenal attack from Garry Kasparov, Press the like button if you like the video. I also recommend that you subscribe to the channel and click on the bell button, not to miss the new cool chess videos that we release regularly for you.
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