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Anatoly Karpov vs Karin
Cheliabinsk (1962)
Modern Defense: King Pawn Fianchetto (B06)  ·  1-0
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May-08-05  lopium: Rxf5! What a crazy move. I don't see a clear disavantage if 26...gxR. I guess 27.NxRe. Then QxN and d6.
Right? It wins?
May-10-05  Cyphelium: <lopium> 26.- gxf5 loses to 27. ♕g5+. If 27.- ♔f8, then 28. ♘xh7 mate. And if 27.- ♔h8 28. ♕h6 black has to sac his queen to avoid mate.
Dec-25-05  Chopin: The game was essentially over after 26. ♖x♗f5.
Jan-18-06  shamekovich: 26!!

Anatoly: "Just learnin' how to bust
in and tap that #%*!"

Botvinnik: "Yes, yes, of course..."

1962! M.M. dies, but BabyJ is born!

There'll be oooooooooooone child boooooorrn - in a woooooooooorld... to carry on.....yeah.

Jan-16-09  M.D. Wilson: <There'll be oooooooooooone child boooooorrn - in a woooooooooorld... to carry on.....yeah.> lol. Nice game, by the way.
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