Who said the following:
“What separates a winner from a loser at the grandmaster level is the willingness to do the unthinkable. A brilliant strategy is, certainly, a matter of intelligence, but intelligence without audaciousness is not enough. I must have the guts to explode the game, to upend my opponent’s thinking and, in so doing, unnerve him.”
Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
Susan Polgar February 23, 2012 Chess Improvement, College Chess 7 Comments
Clearly it has to be Nakamura.
That was the great Garry Kasparov. He tried to teach that Naka-something this but he did not listen.
I am fairly sure that is Gary Kasparov being his usual modest self.
Obviously..hasn’t been THAT long.
I think it was that guy who also said: “Thanks to the Polgars the adjective men’s before events and the “affirmative action” women’s titles such as Woman Grandmaster have become anachronisms (though thay are still in use).”
It was Napoleon Bonaparte