In 2009, Gary Kasparov, one of the world’s greatest chess players of all time (now retired from competitive chess), played what is a called a simul game exhibition. In this exhibition, he played 25 simultaneous games against some of the top local talent all that the same time. The opposing players had as much time as they wanted to think about their moves while Gary had only about 5 seconds (max 30) per table to make his move. Below are the results of this exhibition;
Gary Kasparov – 21 wins out of 25 matches, 4 draws, no losses.
Gary has actually participated in many Simultaneous exhibitions and contests with similar results, many of which he did speed or blitz style …... Keep reading