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Garry Kasparov vs Anatoly Karpov
Karpov - Kasparov World Championship Match (1984/85), Moscow URS, rd 24, Nov-16
English Opening: Symmetrical. Anti-Benoni Variation Geller Variation (A33)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-01-04  maoam: <DhavalVyas>

Thanks for drawing (good pun, eh?) our attention to this game. Presumably your analysis of it consisted of copying and pasting the crap you put in your original post.

Oct-02-04
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  lostemperor: And we thought Leko and Kramnik were the draw kings. Who would have thought of ... Garry Kasparov! Well at least it has paid off for him.

Perhaps he could analyse this game thoroughly in my great predecessor (himself) VI. I had white and needed 5 victories to equal the match and made a draw!

Apr-12-08  Knight13: You could say every GM's a draw king. And Leko is NOT a draw king!
Nov-04-17
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  offramp: S Cvetkovic vs Gligoric, 1983 had reached this position:


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Srdjan Cvetkovic now played 17. Rab1.

In this game, Kasparov played 17. c4 and offered a draw, which was accepted.

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