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Garry Kasparov Net Worth

Garry Kasparov Net Worth is
$5 Million

Garry Kasparov Biography

Garry Kasparov Net Worthy of: Garry Kasparov is a Russian chess grandmaster, article writer, and political activist who includes a net worthy of of $5 million dollars. His FIDE rating happens to be 2812. There are around 26 books citing Kasparov’s chess and political endeavors. He performed a complete of eight Chess Olympiads including Valletta 1980, Lucerne 1982, Dubai 1986, Thessaloniki 1988, Manila 1992, Moscow 1994, Yerevan 1996, and Bled 2002. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, Soviet Union on April 13, 1963, Kasparov is known as by many to end up being the best chess player ever sold. He was the undisputed Globe Champion between 1985 and 1993 and the classical World Champion between 1993 and 2000. He retired from chess on March 10, 2005 to target and pursue his initiatives towards politics and composing. He set up a coalition known as United Civil Front side which opposes the political plans of Vladimir Putin. He’s also a board person in the Human Rights Base. Kasparov started recognizing his achievement in chess when he was only a teenager after tying for initial place in the USSR Chess Championship in 1981 and 1982. He was awarded the Keeper of the Flame Award by the guts for Security Plan in 1991 for his political initiatives. Regarding chess, he promises a heavy impact on his playing design from Fischer, Tal and Alekhine. His peak ranking was 2851 in July 1999 and January 2000. He’s a former Globe Chess Champion and peaked his ranking at number 1 in 1984.


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Quick Facts

Full NameGarry Kasparov
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthApril 13, 1963
Height1.74 m
ProfessionPolitician, Writer, Professional Chess Player, Critic
SpouseDaria Tarasova (m. 2005), Yulia Vovk (m. 1996–2005)
ChildrenAida Kasparova, Vadim Kasparov, Polina Kasparova
ParentsKlara Shagenovna, Kim Moiseyevich Weinstein
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/GKKasparov
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/kasparov63
Instagramhttp://www.instagram.com/gkasparov
AwardsChess Oscar
MoviesGame Over: Kasparov and the Machine


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Chairman, "Human Rights Foundation International Council".
2 Founded United Civil Front, a social movement trying to prevent Russia from returning to totalitarianism.
3 Retired from professional chess on 10 March 2005 due to his political ambitions.
4 After holding the official FIDE World Chess Champion title from 1985 to 1993, he left the organization and founded the Professional Chess Association, whose World Champion he was until 2000.
5 Is considered by many not only the best chess player in the world, but the best of all time.
6 Fluent in both English and German.
7 Noted for his phenomenal memory, Kasparov memorized thousands of chess games and matches.
8 His parents had thought to teach him music, but one day at the age of 5 he suggested to them the solution to a chess problem they had been baffled by the night before. His mother, Klara, gave up her job to travel and work with him when he qualified for the World Championship. Chess expert Gabriel Schoenfeld once called Kasparov the "Mikhail Baryshnikov" of chess.
9 Kasparov is pronounced kahs-PAH-rof. His father was named Kim Moiseyevich Weinstein, but died when Garry was seven, and the boy later adopted the Russian version of his mother's Armenian maiden name, Kasparian.
10 Born at 11:45pm-BAT


Quotes

#Quote
1 Many strong chess players go on to successful careers as currency and stock traders, so I suppose there is considerable crossover in the pattern-matching and intuitive calculation skills required. But the aptitude for playing chess is nothing more than that. My argument has always been that what you learn from using the skills you have - analyzing your strengths and weaknesses - is far more important.
2 One of the countless and endless debates around [Bobby] Fischer were whether his behavioral excesses were the product of an unbalanced yet sincere soul, or an extension of his all-consuming drive to conquer. He had his strong principles, but the predator in him was well aware of the effect his antics had on his opponents.
3 Chess history is best viewed through the game's evolution: the Romantic Era of the 19th Century, the Hypermodernism of the early 20th, the post-World War II dominance of the Soviet School. They hail from all over the world, as illustrated by current world champion Viswanathan Anand of India and young Norwegian Magnus Carlsen. I had the opportunity to train Carlsen in 2009, and his intuitive style conserves the mystique of chess at a time when every CP-enhanced fan thinks the game is easy. Carlsen is as charismatic and independent as he is talented. If he can rekindle the world's fascination with the royal game, we will soon be living in the Carlsen Era.
4 It was nothing to do about science. It was one zeal to beat Garry Kasparov. And when a big corporation with unlimited resources would like to do so, there are many ways to achieve the result.
5 I have great energy and I have great tasks ahead of me. I want to serve chess through games, books that are works of art. I would like to bring the game closer to many people all over the world.


Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Late Night with David Letterman 1991 TV Series

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
This Week 2016 TV Series Himself - Powerhouse Roundtable Panelist
Meet the Press 2016 TV Series Himself - Russian Political Activist
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2012-2016 TV Series documentary Himself
Magnus 2016 Documentary Himself
Fareed Zakaria GPS 2016 TV Series Himself
Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo 2014-2015 TV Series Himself - Panelist / Himself / Himself - Former Chess Grandmaster / ...
Real Time with Bill Maher 2007-2015 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
CNN NewsCenter 2015 TV Series documentary Russian Pro-Democracy Activist
Srok 2014 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Cavuto on Business 2014 TV Series Himself - Former World Chess Champion
The Frost Interview 2013 TV Series Himself
Album 61 2013 Documentary Himself
60 Minutes 2007-2013 TV Series documentary Himself - Chess Grandmaster (segment "Crackdown in Russia") / Himself - Chess Grandmaster & Activist (segment "The Match of His Life")
Garry 2012 Short Himself
Zima, ukhodi! 2012 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
The Mind of a Leader I Based on Niccolò Machiavelli's 'The Prince' 2011 TV Series documentary 2011
Durch die Nacht mit... 2011 TV Series documentary
Bobby Fischer Against the World 2011 Documentary Himself
Chess History 2011 Video documentary short Himself
The Mind of a Leader II Based on Sun Tzu's 'The Art of War' 2011 TV Series documentary
Skavlan 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
Rude Tube 2008 TV Series Himself
Sunday AM 2008 TV Series Himself - Leader, 'The Other Russia' Coalition
Ein Artikel zu viel 2008 Documentary Himself
The Colbert Report 2007 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Sunday Edition 2007 TV Series Himself
The Sunday Programme 2007 TV Series Himself
Sabine Christiansen 2007 TV Series Himself
Beckmann 2007 TV Series Himself
Question Time 2006 TV Series Himself
The Prince of Chess 2005 Documentary Himself
Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine 2003 Documentary Himself
Lo + plus 1997-2003 TV Series Himself
Die Harald Schmidt Show 2002 TV Series Himself
Bioperfection: Building a New Human Race 1998 TV Movie Himself
Vremya lyubit i vremya nenavidet 1994 Documentary Himself
Late Night with David Letterman 1989-1990 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
American Gambit 1989 Himself
La lluna 1989 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The bond of necessity post-production
Hypertelia 2015 Short Himself
New Day 2015 TV Series Himself
Hört die Signale 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
60 Minutes 2013 TV Series documentary Himself - Chess Grandmaster (segment "Crackdown in Russia")
Putins kys 2011 Documentary Himself
Rude Tube 2010 TV Series Himself
World's Dumbest 2010 TV Series Himself
Timeshift 2009 TV Series documentary Himself - Russian World Champion
80s 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
2001: HAL's Legacy 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
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