White: Michael Adams
Blacks: Garry Kasparov
I consider that long castling weakens the position of the white King, short castling was preferable; especially with the pawns on the white diagonal and I think this was the cause of White's defeat.
Here White has several attack alternatives, but all should be focused on attacking the Black King for example 19. gxf7 +, or 19.gxh7 +, or 19.h6
I do not understand White's strategy, because if they played 19.♖dg1, then why do they play 20.♝g5? if this play obstructs the action of the tower in g1