Kasparov's Shortest Game

Publicerades den 20 nov 2020
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Garry Kasparov vs Guy West
telex (1977), Sep-24
Sicilian Defense: Pin. Koch Variation (B40)
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nc3 e6 4. d4 cd4 5. Nd4 Bb4 6. e5 Nd5 7. Bd2 Nc3 8. bc3 Bf8 9. Bd3 d6 10. Qe2 Nd7 11. Ne6 Qb6 12. Nc7
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  • The problem with being early is that the guy with the time stamps for all of our favorite quotes isn’t here yet.

  • this was the first time when i guessed correct move

  • But, at 5:26, couldn't Guy West have moved pond to G6?

  • In many of your videos you reach down to your ankle and say "Sorry about that." Maybe you should just reach down to your ankle without saying anything at all. :-)

  • I've been watching for a long time. What is agad doing when he says sorry about that ? It happens alot thanks to anyone who can tell me have a nice day

  • 5:46 - The King is not a knight. I love this guy's humor. 😂😂😂😂

  • Who else landed here after watching Queens Gambit on Netflix? 😁

  • The only produkt placement of Telex in YT

  • 8:15 there is also a qeen fork by knight d5

  • Still waiting for my telex notification

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  • You said, at 5:47, the king is not a knight. That would explain where I have been going wrong all these years.

  • 4:34, it was at this position that west when south

  • I prefer to see this video as a prequel

  • A kasparov jeschio zivoj??stranno ja dumal på dog uze davno-gavno achiuhalosj.

  • 0:15 The duration of a telex connection was like the duration of a telephone call - the longer you were connected, the more it cost. So you typed your message into a paper tape punch (on the left) and then fed the tape into the paper tape reader which sent your message at great speed once you'd dialled up the recipient. We used to use the telex for (unauthorised) 'chats' to people at various organisations. It made a very satisfying sound as it printed out the incoming messages.

  • Hey agadmator, I have been watching all your latest videos. Thank you for the chess

  • That kid is very good I think he has the potential of being grand master.

  • 7:18 doesnt have xd6???

  • ASR-33.

  • @8:13 you also have a knight fork.. is that any good?

  • I always enjoy it when expert players resign whilst I’m still thinking “this looks ok.”

  • It's pretty much a fax machine

  • Ofcourse because the king is not a Knight -Agadmator ,2020😂

  • Interesting regarding the Telex Machine in which I attended a match in Glasgow in the 1980s in which Scotland played Russia over six boards at the Russian Embassy, which they used one of these machines. At the time and before the internet it was considered high technology. Each venue had an Arbiter present and when each move was received the Arbiter would make the move on the Board and pressed the clock. I watched a match in which I could only see six Scottish players with no opponents in which as expected Russia won with no one losing. Gary Kasparov surname was changed at the age of 12 years old in which the name that he was born with was Garik Kimovich Weinstein. Gary's Father died when he was 7 years old and at 12 years old was changed to his Mother's surname.

  • You have mannerism " am sorry about that " agadmator ? 😃

  • For all of us who ever wondered "What would it be like to play against a really top player?" - this is it. Resignable in 12 is harsh enough, but his position was dreadful for several moves before that. And the guy clearly had some talent, if he became Australian champion.

  • Would have been even funnier if the game would have been against Nigel Short...

  • This is an awesome channel, I would reduce the advertising clutter and put it in the description. I'm sure the patronage would continue.

  • "The King is not the Knight" ...."I agree"

  • Did you already cover Anand's Shortest Game?? ;)

  • Very entertaining ! Thanks

  • There are few Knights become kings in history btw.

  • Kasparov The Killer

  • 60 FPS is almost as good the the slow motion replay you showed sometime ago - we need more slow motion replays!

  • i think its against Nigel "Short"

  • 8:18 there is a fork lol. way better

  • ישראלים לייקקקקק

  • 8:17 or could had forked the queen xD

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  • "Kasparov's shortest game" Ten minutes later...

  • Now I understand why Daniel Naroditsky has such an on point Kasparov impression - for some reason young Kasparov reminds me of him

  • "...the king is not a knight." I KNEW I was doing something wrong! :)

  • guy west sure looked bad for his age at 19

  • The prelude to texting

  • I used to use one of those (at 0:22) to connect to the computer in Austin from TLC in '73.

  • I've been watching some of your videos and I really like your explanations because they cater to even people who aren't very good like me so we don't miss out on anything.

  • Telex brings back memories. Thanks. I'm almost 69.

  • #suggestion Judit Polgar vs Nigel Short New York PCA/Intel-GP (1994) (rapid)

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  • "Lastly but not leastly" - Agadmator, 2020

  • 6:24 moving the queen to h4 loses terribly 😂

  • #suggestion senewss.info/slow/jsnJj7aTj8qar6o/video I would so love to hear your analysis of this world championship game between Short and Kasparov.

  • isn't it strange that chess has been at the forefront of telecommunications and computer technology since the terms were created.

  • #Suggestion Vasyl Ivanchuk vs Vladimir Epishin (1982). This blitz game was commented and brought to the public for the first time by Vasyl in an interview in Spanish (I didn't know he speaks Spanish) for a Paraguayan chess channel and was also live on chess.com some weeks ago. It features a nice queen sacrifice worth pausing the video for. 1. e4 c6 2. c4 e5 3. d4 Nf6 4. dxe5 Nxe4 5. Qd4 Bb4+ 6. Nd2 Nxd2 7. Bxd2 c5 8. Qd6 Bxd2+ 9. Qxd2 O-O 10. O-O-O Nc6 11. f4 d6 12. exd6 Nd4 13. Nf3 Bg4 14. Nxd4 Bxd1 15. Nf5 Ba4 16. Bd3 Kh8 17. Qc3 f6 18. Qa3 Qd7 19. Qxc5 Rad8 20. Re1 b6 21. Qf2 Rfe8 22. Rxe8+ Qxe8 23. Qh4 Rxd6 24. Qxh7+ Some comments by Vasyl were: "After pawn to d6 black sacs a pawn but if you take with the queen then Qa5 attacking a2 but also threatening rook to d8 so e takes d6 is kind of forced" Certainly a sharp game with a lot of interesting possibilities for both sides. Here is the full interview for those who speak Spanish senewss.info/slow/hsG3nJWUbpeue9Q/video

  • "Garry Kasparov had the white pieces and he opened with e4. Sorry about that." I know, I hate it when he starts with e4, too.

  • what does agadmator do when he says "sorry about that" at the start of most videos?

  • It makes chess looks so easy when seeing agad's explanation

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  • What does the "T" at the right bottom mean ?

  • Finally after all that busy schedule I found time to watch this beauty...🖤

  • I've always meant to ask, when you say, 'sorry about that,' it looks like you're apologising because you just realised your ankle is itchy and you have to scratch it. I'm guessing my interpretation is way off though, so you wanna enlighten me?

  • In general when I'm looking for a good move in a position, firstly I look for sacrifices :) So at 5:03, Nxe6 was the first move that I thought at The thing with sacrifices is that many times they are beautiful and completely win the game for you, so they are my go to tactic whenever I feel like playing a bit risky

  • sike ! I predicted knight move.

    • and no I'm not bragging , I'm just a 1000 rated player proud of myself :)

  • The telex machine is kept so clean and it types to a waiting world.

  • The king is not a Knight😂😂

  • Don’t ever forget the 60fps

  • Such sharp play! Excellent video commentary, as always!

  • This represents the perfect learning curve you let us sacrifice a piece with. Thank you so much Mr. Agadmator. Next Roadtripthrough Europe will cross Croatia to visit ChessBars. Has Agadmator opened his own Chesscafe/Bar where he meet his friends and go through a few hundred moves?

  • #suggestion Hey Agad, please please make a video on Capablanca vs Treybal 1929 (the game where only 'a' file was open). Please.

  • why does he always have to reach something below his foot and say sorry bout that?

  • On 8:13 white knight could also go on D5. King in check and queen is lost.

  • "As of course the king is not a knight." :D

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  • The way these GM's sac their pieces is so difficult for me to grasp or come up with. Im so protective of my minor pieces that I don't even want to trade half of the time unless I'm in a winning posistion. Does anyone know the time control for this game? I'm curious to see how much time they had to analyze their moves.

    • Try to solve puzzles e.g. on chesstempo.com, there are many different positions where sacrificing piece is the absolute best move and wins the game.

  • You get a haircut agadmator?

  • Coming soon... The 1985 World Chess Championship as played with pagers! Other historical tournaments using the most modern communications technology of the time: 1885 - Telegraph 1777 - Pony Express 1652 - Town Crier 1238 - Royal Decree 45 BC - Smoke Signals

  • 8:13 he doesn’t even need to capture the pawn as knight d5 check wins the queen.

  • Suyeah!! Your videos are terrific. One of the high lights of my day!

  • 60fps on a chess analysis video is really funny to me :)

  • When you said the king is not a knight it gave me an idea. What if the kind could be one other piece once each per game?

  • Hi

  • Chess is best

  • Chess is the best game ever

  • Guy the Australian champ never had a chance to say, "Check, Mate!"

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  • 5:05 Nice chess poetry by Antonio right there.

  • Sad not seeing the pup ...

  • This was a amazing game.

  • 351

  • If Kasparov would play me I guarantee it would be even shorter

  • Don't scare the young generation with history lessons like this, my friend! 😜🤣

  • Thanks nerd.

  • Lesson learned: the king is not a knight

  • Even as the amateur that I am, I saw how poorly Mr. West played this game. His last two moves were just so damn timid. He asked Kasparov to destroy him, and Kasparov did just that.

  • The picture of him looks like Daniel naroditsky

  • At 8:13 you can also play Kd5 and win the queen, just to destroy even more your opponent😂