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Korotaev vs Anatoly Karpov
Zlatoust (1963)
Queen's Gambit Declined: Normal Defense (D35)  ·  0-1
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Jan-19-06  OKKarpovisgreat: Extraordinary focus for a young
player. 40...Nd3? is perhaps a typo.
Jan-19-06  OKKarpovisgreat: Yes, it's clearly 40...Nb3 which
was actually played. How to alert
this to chessgames attention?
May-27-08  apexin: excellent positional game from young karpov. first he saddles white with an isolated d pawn the adds pressere to it with the knight and wins it while white is attacking on the kingside.maybe instead of 33.Bf1 better was 33.Be2 followed by Bf3 and g4 for white? perhaps someone could correct the mistake at the end of the game.
Aug-28-11
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  Fusilli: <<OKKarpovisgreat>: Yes, it's clearly 40...Nb3 which was actually played. How to alert
this to chessgames attention?>

It was 40...Nb3 according to Tibor Karolyi ("Karpov Strategic Wins 1"). I will alert cg.com by submitting the corresponding correction slip.

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