” Chess is an infinitely complex game, which one can play in infinitely numerous and varied ways. “


” Even if you play perfectly, a fault of your opponent’s can destroy the entire beauty of the game. “


” In chess one cannot control everything. Sometimes a game takes an unexpected turn, in which beauty begins to emerge. Both players are always instrumental in this. “


” No – I’m quite calm inside during the game for most of the time – not 100%, but generally very calm. “


” Okay, when you start to fight for equality, like Anand did in 1995, you could end up losing game 10, like he did, without putting up any kind of fight. “


” Once he had selected the path he was going down he really had to stick with it in a 16 game match. He had to try and hit in the one direction but unfortunately for him – though fortunately for me! – he hit in the wrong direction. “


” Only he, who penetrates into the depth of the game, can express his personality in it. “


” The strength of the playing ability is much more important. Only if the strength of the opponent’s playing ability is comparable, does the game develop. “



All 8 Vladimir Kramnik Quotes about Game in picture


Chess is an infinitely complex game, which one can play in infinitely numerous and varied ways.
Even if you play perfectly, a fault of your opponent


In chess one cannot control everything. Sometimes a game takes an unexpected turn, in which beauty begins to emerge. Both players are always instrumental in this.
No - I
Okay, when you start to fight for equality, like Anand did in 1995, you could end up losing game 10, like he did, without putting up any kind of fight.
Once he had selected the path he was going down he really had to stick with it in a 16 game match. He had to try and hit in the one direction but unfortunately for him - though fortunately for me! - he hit in the wrong direction.
Only he, who penetrates into the depth of the game, can express his personality in it.
The strength of the playing ability is much more important. Only if the strength of the opponent
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