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Javier Gil Capape vs Viswanathan Anand
Gausdal (1986)
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical Defense. Main Lines (D27)  ·  0-1


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Jul-27-04  chesscookie: if gxf3, Qg5+ and white kisses goodbye to his rook
Apr-29-05  isolatedpawn: Excellent combination from the Great Anand!!!
May-31-07  Knight13: Okay, I missed 31... Nf3+. Good move.
Apr-30-08  maspur08: I think Javier had a wrong move when moving 30. Rd2...the best move is 30. Qc1 !!!...Any idea?
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  wcpl162: Anand suggests that 31. Qe2 would have been better.
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Jan-03-12  notyetagm: Game Collection: JOSEKI: ENEMY KING MAKES A GREAT SECOND TARGET

J Gil Capape vs Anand, 1986 31 ... Ne5-f3+! exposed White g1-king for fork 32 Qe7-g5+

Jan-03-12  notyetagm: Game Collection: JOSEKI: ENEMY KING MAKES A GREAT SECOND TARGET

<chesscookie: if gxf3, Qg5+ and white kisses goodbye to his rook>

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