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Kasparov is an attacking player. He is not going to go into lines which allow his opponent to attack. Nowhere in Kasparov's repertoire will you find him choosing to defend for material. He has a much greater advantage just avoiding forcing book lines where his opponent will obviously be well prepared. Lastly, he is not choosing the Spanish Torture, as ...


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It comes down to one main thing, but there are other factors that probably played a part too. The main thing is that despite the nature of the Marshall attack, it is considered drawish at the highest levels. At lower levels, of course, it is a double-edged game where anything can happen. And while they are double-edged, white is on the defensive, not where ...


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