This little puzzle/arcade game called Chess Pursuit is a clever unique approach to chess and also an astonishing technical piece because is compressed to only 13kb!
And now, classic chess. In this video, Kasparov is explaining all his threads of thinking during one of his matches against Karpov. He won sacrificing his Queen, somtehing that is very unusual among Grandmasters. There are two things that impress me the most:
1.- How Kasparov can remember all the positions of the pieces each time he starts to explain one line and how he handles the pieces (mine were propably be all over the ground at his speed).
2.- How Karpov was as amazing as Kasparov. He checks all the possibilities after the last Kasparov’s move in just seconds and correctly decides to resign.
Un poco antigua, pero esta entrevista de E.J. Rodríguez a Leontxo García es muy buena, tanto si os gusta el ajedrez como si no.
Por cierto, ojalá pusieran ajedrez como asignatura en los colegios.
A brilliant interview to a Spanish chess reporter. I wish chess was a subject at schools.