Garry Kasparov — 10 Best Chess Games Ever Played

Garry Kasparov — 10 Best Chess Games Ever Played

Today we are presenting a collection of 10 games played by arguably the best chess player of all time Garry Kasparov. He held a World Championship title from 1985 – 2000 when he lost it in a match against Vladimir Kramnik. Kasparov also holds numerous chess records, including being number 1 in the world rating list from 1986 – 2005, 225 out of 228 months, and becoming the youngest ever undisputed champion by defeating Anatoly Karpov. Kasparov holds record for 15 consecutive professional tournament wins and11 chess Oscars.

So, the 10 best chess games of Garry Kasparov:

Chess Game #10. Viswanathan Anand – Garry Kasparov, Linares, 2000

Chess Game #9. Garry Kasparov – Viswanathan Anand, Wijk aan Zee, 1999

Chess Game #8. Garry Kasparov – Vassily Ivanchuk, Wijk aan Zee, 1994

Chess Game #7. Veselin Topalov – Garry Kasparov, Las Palmas, 1996

Chess Game #6. Garry Kasparov – Anatoly Karpov, Sevilla, 1987

Chess Game #5. Garry Kasparov – Vladimir Kramnik, Novgorod, 1994

Chess Game #4. Garry Kasparov – Vladimir Kramnik, Linares, 1997

Chess Game #3. Garry Kasparov – Peter Leko, Linares, 2001

Chess Game #2. Viktor Korchnoi – Garry Kasparov, Luzern, 1982

Chess Game #1. Alexey Shirov – Garry Kasparov, Linares, 1997

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Updated 01.06.2024


Game 16 of the 1985 K-K match should be on this list, preferably in the #1 spot. Kasparov himself called it his supreme achievement.
Jose Cyriac:
Kasparov's Immortal is missing from this list.~
The games are provided up to the point of completion. You see, on the GM level games rarely end with a mate. One side usually resigns prior to that.
Plz give the notation of the games till the end when someone mates or get mated.
chris huertas:
where's the game between Garry against Topalov , Linares 1999???