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Wolfgang Uhlmann vs Anatoly Karpov
Skopje (1976), Skopje MKD, rd 15, Mar-18
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Queens Indian Formation (A17)  ·  0-1
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Sep-30-06  Kwesi: No kibitzing on one of my favourite games?! (as I play normally play 1..b6!? against 1.c4, as inspired by Anthony Miles)
Sep-04-10  Bobwhoosta: Karpov is amazing, very positional, but also takes time for active treatment of the position, playing calm and natural moves that improve while threatening tactical and strategic gains... Amazing play.
Aug-24-16  Howard: The endgame was analyzed by Mednis in late 1976 in his monthly column in CL&R. Just looked it up last night.
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