Chess ‘Simul’ Game – Garry Kasparov Against 30 Players 31.12.2022 The 2010 Dan David Prize events were held At the Tel Aviv University, 9-11.5.10 Post navigation PreviousNext 242 Comments Comments navigation Older comments But that’s Palestinian land tho. Reply I just want to say that the camerawork here is beyond atrocious. Not only is the quality very poor for 2010 standards, but also the cameras often don't show the actual boards when Kasparov makes a move. Many times the camera is either positioned behind Kasparov so that you only see his back, the camera is facing Kasparov from an angle so you can't even tell what he is thinking about on each board, or the camera focuses on the player's face when he makes a move. I want to compile all these games and put them into a study so everyone can learn from this, but it's nearly impossible when the camera doesn't even focus on an actual board half the time. Reply 4 hours!!! …thx for uploading, really much appreciated!!! Reply Wow! thank you for uploading this piece of history. Reply @ 3:26:00 Garry Kasparov had realized that he could force mate the kid with Qh6!! And later realizes that his name was Oz Tal; that queen sack reminded him of his Soviet comrade: World Champion GrandMaster Makhail Tal. Reply whats the result Reply LIKE A BOSS! Reply Where can i get pgn? Reply parei de olhar nos 5:00 porque achei que era 4:00 minutos kk Reply Watch as I slay 30 human beings! Rawr. Reply I got it right! 😀 Reply very informative Reply 30 guys at once… Like a BOSS! Reply =) Reply do u know that world blind simul is 56? (G Koltanovsky) Reply Magnus Carlsen da BOSS Reply That simply means his memory is good. Reply He played white so that people can't use the old "copy the guy next to you" trick. It is easy to recognize a piece on the board is a knight if it is facing sideways. If it is facing forwards, it is easy to mistake it for a bishop, especially when playing 30 people at once. Another explanation is just out of habit. Lots of chess players do it. Reply 1:00:00 Kasparov PUNCHES BLUE SHIRT IN FACE Reply So what was the score? How many did he win and draw? Reply Are any of the players rated above 2000? I only noticed ratings around 1700. Reply Mato Jelic Reply Has anyone actually watched the whole video? Reply just pwnin some noobs Reply Can someone pls tell me the score ? Did he even lose one match ? Reply i would have set up kasparovs pieces perfectly i also would put a watch next to the board Reply 28:45 the move of the tournament Reply What was Kasparov's record in this video? I'm having trouble seeing. Reply 30-0 (flawless) Reply I would like to see a pgn file with the games Reply alguien sabe si Garry Kasparov ha escrito algun libro Reply Varios. Los más famosos a mi parecer serán su serie de cinco libros "Mis Predecesores", y otros cuatro titulados "Garry Kasparov Sobre el ajedrez Moderno", además otros como "como el Ajedrez imita a la vida", y varios más. Reply Pure Genius !!! How could there be 4 dislikes on this? Some people are just jealous. Reply ok,,,,y cual me recomiendas como para empesar a jugar…es que me compre un librito de ajedrez,,pero esta bien mal explicado… Reply lol I bet u suck ! Reply De Kasparov yo creo que ninguno, sus libros suponen que uno ya sabe jugar y tiene un nivel avanzado de conocimiento del juego, si no sabe nada nada, o simplemente sabe mover las piezas, cualquier libro que diga "ajedrez para principiantes" o "primer libro de ajedrez" o "introducción al ajedrez" de cualquier autor sirve. Reply What a loss of time for him… Reply not a loss of money actually. Silly boy. Reply Forever jealous. You. Reply not with a 100% score. elo isn't just statistical in the number of players but in the number of results of a single player. think it over. if you must get back to me with some snippy ignorant reply, at least spend some time thinking about it. make an effort. Reply que dira en lo que firma? fui uno de los 30 abusados por Kasparov Reply In other words, hard-earned money, right ? Typical reflexion from a miserable laborer working for hours per day in annoyance and boredom. Reply Comments navigation Older comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.