|Dec-29-05|| ||MoranCho: Somebody's from New Jersey...|
|Jul-12-07|| ||arunjangity: hmm, just read an article on amazon that said 34...a4 would have won for black. example: ...a4 35. Kd4 a3 36. Rxc3 bxc3 37. Kxc3 Kf7 and while white is forced to grab the a-pawn, black happily gobbles up white's kingside pawns. both sides queen but black eventually ends up two pawns up.|
|Jul-26-07|| ||michael104: Can you tell us where that article is? It looks to me as though, after 34...a4, 35.Rxd6 is pretty strong, but I could be missing something.|
|Sep-27-12|| ||The17thPawn: This looks to be the game that Silman discussed in "Reassess Your Chess" where he purportedly analyzed the middle and engame positions with Tigran Petrosian after the contest had ended.|
|Jan-04-15|| ||GoldenBird: John must've forgot to look at the imbalances and make his pawn structure favor his minor pieces! (JOKE)|
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