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5 Best Chess Combinations Ever by Garry Kasparov E-mail
Written by Yury Markushin   
Friday, 06 June 2014 00:00

kasparov best combinationsGarry Kasparov, undoubtedly, one of the greatest chess players in history, won many of his games against the most elite players like Karpov, Kramnik and Anand by using razor sharp tactical combinations.  

Here we present the list of 5 of his crazily creative ideas:

Note: look at the following positions, and try to find what Kasparov found to crash his opponents.

Combination 1: G. Kasparov - V. Kramnik Frankfurt Rapid 1999

kasparov best combinations

White to move

Combination 2: G. Kasparov - A. Karpov New York 1990

kasparov best combinations

White to move

Combination 3: W. Anand - G. Kasparov, New York 1995

kasparov best combinations

Black to move

Combination 4: W. Anand - G. Kasparov, New York 1995

kasparov best combinations

Black to move

Combination 5: G. Kasparov - V. Gavrikov, Frunze 1981

kasparov best combinations

White to move

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 June 2014 08:12
 

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+2 #7 Soul 2015-01-29 17:42
well i think i got the Combination 2: G. Kasparov - A. Karpov New York 1990

Qxh6+!

if Qxh6: Nf7+, Kh7, Bxf5+, Qg6, Bxg6+, Kg7 (or Kg8), Bh5+, Kh7, Rxa8 white's winning

if Kg8: Ne4+, (if Qg7, Qxg7++) Kf7, Nxf6, and white is winning too
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+3 #6 Nick 2014-06-21 00:45
#5.
1.RxB+.....QxR,
2.Nd5+
a good bait for black, for if 2........RxN,3.Qf6+ and black is doomed.
2.......Kf8
3.Rh8+ ......Kg7
4.Qg4+.......Kxh8
5.NxQc7 ........
am not sure if black can combat white's flexible Queen and his superior pawns .
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+2 #5 JuanCorrea 2014-06-09 21:41
Rxd5 if Qxf4 Nxf4 1-0
if exd5 Nd5+ if(Re7 Qxc7 Rxe1 Nc6 1-0)
if Kd8 Ne6 1-0
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+1 #4 ChessGodExtreme 2014-06-08 22:55
Quoting Ranjan:
No 1.
1. Rd5 Qf4 2. Nf4 Rd5 3. Nd5 white is a piece up.

Is this correct solution?


Yes because 1.exd either results in loss of the black queen or checkmate
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0 #3 Don Battle 2014-06-06 15:19
I believe they are (in order) rook, queen rook, knight, and rook sacs.
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+1 #2 Ranjan 2014-06-06 10:40
No 1.
1. Rd5 Qf4 2. Nf4 Rd5 3. Nd5 white is a piece up.

Is this correct solution?
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+12 #1 dasarathy maharana 2014-06-06 09:47
Sir I regularly reading your articles.All are very nice I want the solution and explanation of the above Problems
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