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Post  jiri on Wed Nov 01, 2017 12:24 am

Fichier Kasparov Garry - Garry-Kasparov-On-Garry-Kasparov-Part-1-1973-1985, 2011-OCR, Everyman, 522p.pdf



Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, part 1 is the first book in a major new three-volume series. This series will be unique by the fact that it will record the greatest chess battles played by the greatest chessplayer of all-time. The series in itself is a continuation of Kasparov's mammoth history of chess, comprising My Great Predecessors and Modern Chess.

Kasparov's historical volumes have received great critical and public acclaim for their rigorous analysis and comprehensive detail regarding the developments in chess that occurred both on and off the board.. This new volume and series continues in this vein with Kasparov scrutinising his most fascinating encounters from the period 1973-1985 whilst also charting his development away from the board.

This period opens with the emergence of a major new chess star from Baku and ends with Kasparov's first clash with reigning world champion Anatoly Karpov - a mammoth encounter that stretched out over six months. It had been known in Russia for some time that Kasparov had an extraordinary talent but the first time that this talent was unleashed on the western world was in 1979. The Russian Chess Federation had received an invitation for a player to participate in a tournament at Banja Luka and, under the impression that this was a junior event, sent along the fifteen year old Kasparov (as yet without even an international rating!). Far from being a junior tournament, Banja Luka was actually a major international event featuring numerous world class grandmasters. Undeterred Kasparov stormed to first place, scoring 11½/15 and finishing two points clear of the field. Over the next decade this 'broad daylight' between Kasparov and the rest of the field was to become a familiar sight in the world's leading tournaments.

https://m.vk.com/doc211265308_452941669?hash=bf5b39efe06f479249&dl=ae61d7b67e30e96fb6

Fichier Kasparov Garry - Garry-Kasparov-On-Garry-Kasparov-Part-2, 1985-1993, 2011-OCR, Everyman, 285p.pdf




Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov, Part II: 1985-1993. This volume focuses on the period from 1985-1993 which witnessed three title defences against Karpov as well as a number of shorter matches against elite players including Hübner, Anderssen, Timman and Miles plus individual and team results.
Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov: Part II is the second volume in a major three-volume series made unique by the fact that it records the greatest chess battles played by the greatest chessplayer of all-time.

Kasparov's series of historical volumes have received great critical and public acclaim for their rigorous analysis and comprehensive detail regarding the developments in chess that occurred both on and off the board.

Part I of this series saw Kasparov emerging as a huge talent and eventually toppling his great rival Anatoly Karpov to gain the world title. This volume focuses on the period from 1985-1993 which witnessed three title defences against Karpov as well as a number of shorter matches against elite players including Hübner, Anderssen, Timman and Miles.

This period also saw Kasparov achieve spectacular results in both individual and team events. Kasparov won the board gold medal in three Olympiads (Dubai 1986, Thessaloniki 1988 and Manila 1992). The late 1980s also saw the emergence of the World Cup series which Kasparov utterly dominated, finishing either clear first or equal first at Belfort 1988 (11½/15), Reykjavik 1988 (11/17), Barcelona 1989 (11/16) and Skelleftea 1989 (9½/15). Other major tournament victories include Brussels 1987 (8½/11), Amsterdam 1988 (9/12), Tilburg 1989 (12/14), Belgrade 1989 (9½11) and Linares 1990 (8/11).

During the late 1980s and early 1990s Kasparov emphasized his huge superiority over his rivals. Despite generally adopting an uncompromising, double-edged attacking style he almost never lost. The games in this volume feature many masterpieces of controlled aggression played against the world's absolute best.

https://m.vk.com/doc211265308_452941678?hash=57fbc3a169dd8472d8&dl=c2e03f61fd87098dcf

Fichier Kasparov Garry - Garry-Kasparov-On-Garry-Kasparov-Part-3-1993-2005, 2011-OCR, Everyman, 504p.pdf



Garry Kasparov on Garry Kasparov: Part III is the final volume in a major three-volume series made unique by the fact that it records the greatest chess battles played by the greatest chessplayer of all-time.

Kasparov's series of historical volumes have received great critical and public acclaim for their rigorous analysis and comprehensive detail regarding the developments in chess that occurred both on and off the board.

The first two volumes in this series saw Kasparov emerging as a huge talent, toppling his great rival Anatoly Karpov and then defending the World Championship title on three occasions. This third volume focuses on the final 12 years of Kasparov's career up until his retirement from full-time chess in 2005.

This period witnessed three further World Championship matches: wins against Short (London 1993) and Anand (New York 1995) before the loss against Kramnik (London 2000) which finally ended Kasparov's 15-year tenure as world champion. This period also saw Kasparov achieve a colossal 2851 rating (1999), a record which stood until 2013.

Despite loss of the World Championship, Kasparov continued to be ranked as the world number one and dominated the elite tournament circuit. He won the Linares super-tournament for four consecutive years (1999-2002) with the fourth of these victories in 2002 concluding an unprecedented run of ten straight wins in the world's elite events (Linares 4, Wijk aan Zee 3, Sarajevo 2 and Astana 1). The games in this volume feature many masterpieces of controlled aggression played against the world's absolute best.

https://m.vk.com/doc211265308_452941701?hash=97c827918790482e48&dl=23042326b1b8f39709








All 2466 chess games played by the legendary World Champion, 298 of them with commentary. 225 exercises: play like Kasparov and play against Kasparov.

This course is in the series Chess King Learn (https://learn.chessking.com/), which is an unprecedented chess teaching method. In the series are included courses in tactics, strategy, openings, middle game, and endgame, split by levels from beginners to experienced players, and even professional players.

With the help of this course, you can improve your chess knowledge, learn new tactical tricks and combinations, and consolidate the acquired knowledge into practice.

The program acts as a coach who gives tasks to solve and helps to solve them if you get stuck. It will give you hints, explanations and show you even striking refutation of the mistakes you might make.

The program also contains a theoretical section, which explains the methods of the game in a certain stage of the game, based on actual examples. The theory is presented in an interactive way, which means you can not only read the text of the lessons, but also to make moves on the board and work out unclear moves on the board.

Advantages of the program:
♔ High quality examples, all double-checked for correctness
♔ You need to enter all key moves, required by the teacher
♔ Different levels of complexity of the tasks
♔ Various goals, which need to be reached in the problems
♔ The program gives hint if an error is made
♔ For typical mistaken moves, the refutation is shown
♔ You can play out any position of the tasks against the computer
♔ Interactive theoretical lessons
♔ Structured table of contents
♔ The program monitors the change in the rating (ELO) of the player during the learning process
♔ Test mode with flexible settings
♔ Possibility to bookmark favorite exercises
♔ The application is adapted to the bigger screen of a tablet
♔ The application does not require an internet connection

The course includes a free part, in which you can test the program. Lessons offered in the free version is fully functional. They allow you to test the application in real world conditions before releasing the following topics:
1. Combinations
1.1. Play like Kasparov
1.2. Play against Kasparov
2. Games
2.1. 1975-1980
2.2. 1981-1985
2.3. 1986-1988
2.4. 1989-1992
2.5. 1993-1996
2.6. 1997-1999
2.7. 2000-2003
2.8. 2004-2012
2.9. Commented games

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Post  bishop7 on Wed Nov 01, 2017 1:28 am

Thanks Jiri, one question, chessking have a lot of apps! which one will use these apk files?
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Post  jiri on Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:47 pm

bishop7 wrote:Thanks Jiri, one question, chessking have a lot of apps! which one will use these apk files?


In the archive,
Download.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0pe3JtQv2TvU1pLVFB0aTYwT00

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Post  jiri on Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:52 pm

MasterClass" by Garry Kasparov



https://www.masterclass.com/classes/...-teaches-chess

Originally, each chapter was in a separate TS file. Those chapters are combined into one MP4 file (losslessly) and added chapter information, so it is easy to navigate to any chapter when viewed in e.g. the Vlc player.

Here is a list of chapters:

01 Introduction
Garry's teaching reflects his style of play: direct, dynamic, and ambitious. He shares what he will cover in this class, including concrete instruction for players at different levels.

02 Garry's Chess Fundamentals
Learn how a World Chess Champion thinks as Garry shares the tenets of his chess philosophy.

03 Double Attacks - Part 1
The double attack is a simple concept that can often be deadly. Garry offers elegant examples to show its power—and how to defend yourself from it.

04 Double Attacks - Part 2
Garry offers an in-depth study of the double attack to help you expand your practical portfolio.

05 Skewers
Garry believes in the power of geometry. Through these positions, he shows how you can get the best out of your pieces—even the weak ones.

06 Discovered Attacks
Missing a discovered attack can have dramatic consequences. Garry’s examples reveal how even top players can overlook this surprising move.

07 Pins
Not all pins are created equal. Understanding their effectiveness means understanding the power of paralyzing your opponent’s pieces, especially in the endgame.

08 Deflection/Attraction
Defense requires harmony, and knowing how to disrupt your opponent is critical. Garry shows how to identify an opponent’s target and then find a tactical way to destroy that defensive coordination.

09 Interference
The moment an opponent’s pieces lose their ability to counter threats, you can start building your attack.

10 Overload
The most destructive form of overload is when a piece has to watch for threats coming from different directions. Garry’s examples include one move that made his opponent literally jump out of his chair.

11 Winning Trades
Trading pieces doesn’t mean simply eliminating pieces of equal value. In the endgame, it can create a decisive advantage—or save a game that appears hopeless.

12 Endgames - Part 1
In Garry’s experience, the endgame never means the end of excitement. He shows the purity and creativity of the endgame—including drama, shouldering, and zugzwang.

13 Endgames - Part 2
Garry continues his endgame lessons with pawn endgames, rook endgames, queen v. pawn—and, of course, the king’s role. While it can seem slow and weak in the middlegame, an active king is vital in the endgame.

14 Endgames - Part 3
Garry believes miracles happen when you know how to create them. While most players spend time on openings, you can make game-changing miracles by studying the rich possibilities of endgames.

15 Openings - Part 1
Garry played e4 as a child prodigy and stuck with that move as the under-18 chess champion of the USSR and under-20 champion of the world. Learn when and how he grew his repertoire.

16 Openings - Part 2
What happens when your opponent plays your opening? How do you find a satisfying opening both psychologically and strategically? Is there such a thing as universal opening advice?

17 Openings - Part 3
He brought abandoned openings back from the dead and built a database of almost 20,000 different analyses—but Garry believes there are still more ideas to surface.

18 Simul
With a time control of 30 minutes, watch Garry take on three players with ratings of 1266, 1515, and 2103.

19 Jason's Game
“What else can you do?” Garry breaks down Jason’s moves and answers questions about what his opponent could have done differently.

20 Molly's Game
“It seems like the whole army is coming for me.” After Molly opens with the Sicilian, Garry counters with a quiet move. From there, Garry talks through how he developed his pieces and explains how Molly could have created more discomfort for him.

21 Dennis' Game
“No, I didn’t see that line.” Garry points out a line that Dennis missed and shows how he created the illusion of an attack without any real threat.

22 Case Study: Opening
Garry dissects his opening against Vishy Anand in 1995. The discussion includes analysis of a decisive mistake, strong attacks, tactical motifs, and a powerful yet quiet move that came at a rare early stage of the game.

23 Case Study: Endgame
Garry focuses on pawn endgames and the drama they can create. An appetite for the beauty of the endgame is one of the best ways to improve your chess.

24 Garry's Journey
Even when Garry was a kid, the number 13 held special meaning for him. He shares the realization of that numeric destiny and the forces that shaped his singular style of play.

25 How to Analyze
World champions climb to the top through brutal and relentless analysis. Learn what Garry believes is the greatest danger facing players.

26 Computers and Chess
The sting of Garry’s loss to Deep Blue has softened over the years. He looks back on that defeat and forward to the benefits of computers in chess training.

27 Mental Toughness
The poster that hung over Garry’s bed as a kid included a line borrowed from Soviet dissidents: “If not you, who else?” Garry talks about triumphing in the most grueling matches of his career, as well as how he recovered when his mistakes felt like a physical pain.

28 Closing
Whether you’re playing at home, at a club, or in a tournament, the variations in chess are limitless—and so are the possibilities for improving your game.

29 Bonus! Secret Novelty
After a crushing loss to Karpov, Garry analyzed his play and came up with a variation that he never used. 

Here are the links to the MP4 video with the masterclass:

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There's also a PDF workbook file and a set of PGN files.

Here is a link to PGN files:
https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/w...Chess_PGNs.zip

Here is a link to the PDF workbook:
http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/H3jEd1v6/file.html

The password is immortalchess.net

MasterClass" by Garry Kasparov - tiny version

1 tiny sized mp4-video + 129 PGN files + 1 pdf
NB! (ONCE AGAIN: my tiny sized videos has same resolution as in the original videos.) 

Download:
http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/tXsIPu4O/file.html
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First download all parts and put them in the same folder before you try to extract. Now use 7-Zip or Winrar to extract part 001 and the rest will extract automatically. You do not need to extract other part.

Here is a link to PGN +PDF files: http://www51.zippyshare.com/v/l6lv6Imr/file.html

Password:immortal
When you copy+paste the password, make sure that there are no extra "spaces" at the beginning or end of the password.

Total size of videos: 1.43 GB (in stead of 3.18 GB)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nug3egc5xzkt36e/MasterClass%20-%20Garry%20Kasparov%20Teaches%20Chess.rar?dl=0



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