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Fritz (Computer) vs Viswanathan Anand
AEGON Simul, The Hague NED (1997), Apr-16
King's Indian Defense: Normal Variation (E70)  ·  0-1
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FEN COPIED

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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-08-04
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  patzer2: The four pawns attack in the King's Indian is a subject of ongoing debate. Is the extended pawn center an asset facilitating attack or a liability? Anand scores a point for the latter case in this game, coaxing the computer into extending the center just a bit too far, before counter-attacking and coming up with just enough for an endgame win.
Feb-17-10  A.G.T.HUTAHAYAN: Fritz's king move to e2 and Anand rook move to h3 so the white pawns loss by exchange. The four pawns attack in the King Indian with the white pawn on f3 so king Indian Saemisch variation.!?
Jun-15-15  SpiritedReposte: I play <6. ...Na6> as well but then usually ...e5 followed by ...c5.

Some interesting tactics can arise from the black side.

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