Kasparov blunders and loses a Queen and a Chess Game to Anand!

Kasparov blunders and loses a Queen and a Chess Game to Anand!


In this game Garry
Kasparov missed counterattack and lost queen! The game plays in
Geneva Switzerland in 1996. Blitz tournament. Viswanathan Anand was rival of Garry Kasparov. He played white. let’s
look at the screen. Black has two extra
pawns, and a positional
advantage. In this complex for white position Anand
plays RE1. We can see that
the incident further was a surprise to them. There was Q: e3. Black wants to exchange the queens. Q: e3 But White played Q: g4, and it turns out that the black
has heavy material losses. Look: blow on the Rook, which is not
protected and the queen is under attack! Casling followed In the game and after R: e3 N: e3, Q: h3, Black resisted for some
time , but resigned in the 54 move. After Q: g4 other response Qb6 did’t save Black Q:c8+, Ke7 Qf5 Here, Black’s position
worse than when black castling. White has a strong attack.
Now that we know, what happened in
game look video again.
Guess What Kasparov said! Your guesses
write in the comments.

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