In chess, the World Champion's openings are subjected to intense scrutiny by the chess world. This book examines Gary Kasparov's remarkable contributions to the opening theory. It also provides a model repertoire for keen players, and is full of exciting games. Gary Kasparov is a dynamic chess player, always willing to try out new ideas, even at World Championship level. His opening repertoire is geared for maximum success, always striving for positions that will give him active possibilities. In his climb to the World Championship, Kasparov has forced chess players to reassess many opening systems. In this book two chess writers, one of whom is a US Master, show exactly how the World Champion's repertoire has evolved.