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The positions of all the leaders were bad today: Kasparov’s against Timman, Shirov’s against Ivanchuk, Morozevich’s against Topalov, Adams’s against Fedorov, and only Anand upheld the honor of the strongest as he confidently outplayed Piket. However, there’s a big difference between having a bad position and losing. Morozevich and particularly Kasparov proved this by their play. Garry’s victory together with Shirov’s defeat drew a line in the struggle for first place in the first tournament of the Millennium.
Even Linares would not be as strong as it used to be, and when one journalist suggested the term ’Linares-Lite’, Kasparov could readily agree. He wasn’t sure himself where else he would be playing this year after Linares. In response to a question about the Kasparov Chess Academy, he stated that the developments of the chess school in Israel had proceeded very well, despite the political situation the country found itself in. They had just about finished developing a blue-print which could be used to set up academies in other countries.
Rxd4! Nf5. This is unbelievable - we both missed it! f5 White has a clear advantage. This might help you to understand that in the last round I didn’t want to risk. d4. Qa2 Qa5+ Adams has already played this line against Bareev. That game was drawn. Of course, we analyzed it with Yuri Dokhoian and we found a way to improve the line. gxh4 I think that White has some edge in this endgame. Kc2?! This inaccuracy lets Black equalize the position. Nc4, and White’s position is more comfortable. Nc4 After the exchange on d5 the endgame is equal.
2001 Corus Tournament Book