Kasparov

 
    Apr 1963
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April 1963

On April 13th, 1963 Garry Kasparov was born Garik Kimovich Weinstein (Russian: Гарик Вайнштейн). He… Read More

    Jan 1976
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January 1976

Age 12 in January, Kasparov wins Soviet Junior Championship and repeats one year later.

    Apr 1980
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April 1980

From the age of 12 Garry Kasparov was setting new standards. After becoming the youngest player to… Read More

    Sep 1984
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September 1984

After defeating Beliavsky, Korchnoi, and Smyslov in the candidates matches, Kasparov earned the right to… Read More

    Sep 1985
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September 1985

After Campomanes aborted the first match, a rematch between Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov was due to be played… Read More

    Oct 1986
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October 1986

Due to the rematch clause of the 1985 match, Garry Kasparov was forced to defend his title… Read More

    Dec 1987
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December 1987

In 1987, the candidates cycle format was changed for the first time since 1965. A… Read More

    Dec 1990
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December 1990

The 1990 WCC match between Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov was held from October 8 to December 30. The… Read More

    Jan 1993
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January 1993

Nigel Short began his chess career as a bona fide prodigy. He defeated Korchnoi in a simul at the age… Read More

    Sep 1995
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September 1995

Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 New York City Although stripped of his title by FIDE for… Read More

    Feb 1996
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February 1996

Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov was a pair of famous six-game human–computer chess matches, in the format… Read More

    Oct 2000
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October 2000

Kasparov vs Kramnik, 2000 London, England Although Garry Kasparov was not recognized as champion by FIDE, the… Read More

    Sep 2006
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September 2006

Started The Other Russia Opposition.   

    Sep 2011
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September 2011

Founded by World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov and Jan Callewaert, driving force behind the European… Read More

    Mar 2012
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March 2012

The Kasparov Chess Foundation Africa was officially launched in March 2012 as a public benefit… Read More

    Aug 2012
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August 2012

Chairman of the Human Rights Foundation In 2012, Kasparov was named chairman of the New York-based… Read More

    Oct 2013
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October 2013

Named Senior Visiting Fellow, Oxford Martin School Human + Machine: Intuition and Calculation in a New… Read More

    Nov 2013
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November 2013

KASPAROV CHESS FOUNDATION ASIA & PACIFIC Kasparov Chess Foundation Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd (KCFAP) was incorporated… Read More

    May 2015
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May 2015

Garry Kasparov, a world champion chess player who has also led the battle for democracy… Read More

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If you don't think giant rallies have political impact, lots of Congressmen & potential ones watching & thinking fundraising & '18 midterms.

January 21

I did, for years, and we were always non-violent. Yet many who marched with me are in jail, exiled, or dead. https://t.co/aEfzFNZPFx

January 21

RT @BillKristol: Want to fact-check the talk of Trump's "Jacksonianism?" Here are excerpts from Jackson's inaugural address.
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January 21

Vote because you can. Speak because you can. March because you can. Rights not exercised are quickly forgotten and lost.

January 21

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January 21

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January 21

RT @snopes: Did Donald Trump Plagiarize His Inaugural Address from 'Bee Movie' and 'Avatar?' https://t.co/x22vpFyY9m

January 21

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January 21

Yes, must update a Russian proverb borrowed & made famous by Reagan, "Doveryai, no proveryai", "Trust, but verify.… https://t.co/ljcwA0IK9f

January 21

Yes, I made that point yesterday comparing a section of Trump speech with JFK's. Coincidence? Inspiration? Lack of… https://t.co/ajoW5PTe3q

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