Karpov on Kasparov – His World Chess Championships (1984-1990)

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Karpov On Kasparov – His World Chess Championships (1984-1990)

Karpov On Kasparov – His World Chess Championships (1984-1990)

3 Disc set converted reauthored and remastered by OnlineChessLessons.NET

Total Run-time: 275 minutes

Volume I – 1984/1985

In this volume of a series of chess dvds devoted to his World Championship career, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes five of his games from the 1984/85 World Championship Match in Moscow (KK-1) against his “eternal” rival – Garry Kasparov. Digitally remastered by OnlineChessLessons.NET

Run-time: 100 minutes

Volume II – 1987

In this volume of a series of chess dvds devoted to his World Championship career, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes five of his games from the 1987 World Championship Match in Sevilla (KK-4) against his “eternal” rival – Garry Kasparov. Digitally remastered by OnlineChessLessons.NET
Run-time: 91 minutes

Volume III – 1990

In this volume of a series of chess dvds devoted to his World Championship career, the 12th World Champion GM Anatoly Karpov discusses and analyzes four of his games from the 1990 World Championship Match in New York and Lyons (KK-5) against his “eternal” rival – Garry Kasparov. Digitally remastered by OnlineChessLessons.NET
Run-time: 76 minutes

Originally Produced by Paul Azzurro | © ChessDVDs

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 0.1 in
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Running time:

275 minutes

Encoding

H.264 codec, FULLY COMPATIBLE with iPod/iPhone/iTunes/Android and all mobile devices.

Original Release Date:

1997-1998

Remastering

By Freddy of RITE Media Group (Color corrected, sharpened, audio noise removed, video noise removed)

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2 reviews for Karpov on Kasparov – His World Chess Championships (1984-1990)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    shakespeare

    If you do have the chance to listen to Anatoly Karpov – one of the best players of all times to comment a number of high class WCC games – do it! I learned so much about positional play and positional understanding by listening everything I could get on youtube and elsewhere from Karpov – invaluable! And everyone who has the prejudice that Karpov was a boring player should play Mikado or try to understand chess better 🙂

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Duke

    Karpov and Henley “dumb down” the positional intricacies and tactical complications that are the hallmarks of Karpov and Kasparov quite beautifully. This video also sheds some light on the evolution of theory as well. A must-watch for anyone who is serious about chess; with the 12th World Champion coaching you, you can’t go wrong!

    This begs the question though….how on Earth did Kasparov even beat a man like Karpov?

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