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He was being trained by Alexander Shakarov during this time. InKasparov participated in the Sokolsky Memorial tournament in Minsk. He had been invited as an exception but took first place and became a chess master. Kasparov has repeatedly said that this event was a turning point in his life, and that it convinced him to choose chess as his career.
He has also said that after the victory, he thought he had a very good shot at the World Championship. He won the player Swiss system tournament at Daugavpils on tiebreak over Igor V. Ivanov to capture the sole qualifying place.
Kasparov rose quickly through the World Chess Federation rankings. Starting with an oversight by the Russian Chess Federationhe participated in a grandmaster tournament in Banja LukaBosnia and Herzegovina then part of Yugoslaviain while still unrated he was a replacement for the Soviet defector Viktor Korchnoiwho was originally invited but withdrew due to the threat of a boycott from the Soviets.
Kasparov won this high-class tournament, emerging with a provisional rating ofenough to catapult him to the top group of chess players at the time, number 15 in the world .
Later that year, he made his debut as second reserve for the Soviet Union at the Chess Olympiad at VallettaMaltaand became a Grandmaster. His first win in a superclass-level international tournament was scored at BugojnoBosnia and Herzegovina in He earned a place in the Moscow Interzonal tournament, which he won, to qualify for the Candidates Tournament.
At this stage, he was already the No. Korchnoi had defected from the Soviet Union inand was at that time the strongest active non-Soviet player. Various political maneuvers prevented Kasparov from playing Korchnoi, and Kasparov forfeited the match.
The Kasparov-Korchnoi match was put together on short notice by Raymond Keene. Kasparov lost the first game but won the match 7—4 four wins, one loss. In JanuaryKasparov became the No. He became the youngest ever world No.
Karpov started in very good form, and after nine games Kasparov was down 4—0 in a "first to six wins" match. Fellow players predicted he would be whitewashed 6—0 within 18 games. Kasparov lost game 27 5—0then fought back with another series of draws until game 32 5—1earning his first-ever win against the World Champion.
Alexander Alekhine in The termination was controversial, as both players stated that they preferred the match to continue. Announcing his decision at a press conferenceCampomanes cited the health of the players, which had been strained by the length of the match.
The match became the first, and so far only, world championship match to be abandoned without result. The scores from the terminated match would not carry over; however, in the event of a 12—12 draw, the title would remain with Karpov.
On 9 NovemberKasparov secured the title by a score of 13—11, winning the 24th game with Black, using a Sicilian defense. He was 22 years old at the time, making him the youngest ever World Champion,  and breaking the record held by Mikhail Tal for over 20 years.
As part of the arrangements following the aborted match, Karpov had been granted in the event of his defeat a right to rematch. Another match took place inhosted jointly in London and Leningradwith each city hosting 12 games.
At one point in the match, Kasparov opened a three-point lead and looked well on his way to a decisive match victory. But Karpov fought back by winning three consecutive games to level the score late in the match. This match was very close, with neither player holding more than a one-point lead at any time during the contest.
Kasparov was down one full point at the time of the final game, and needed a win to draw the match and retain his title. A long tense game ensued in which Karpov blundered away a pawn just before the first time controland Kasparov eventually won a long ending.
Kasparov retained his title as the match was drawn by a score of 12—(10 ILCS 5/) (from Ch.
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Karpov started in very good form, and after nine games Kasparov was down 4–0 in a "first to six wins" match. Fellow players predicted he would be whitewashed 6–0 within 18 games. Close to half the states are considering measures in to restrict how internet service providers can collect or share consumer data.
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