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Anatoly Karpov vs Alexander Beliavsky
Moscow (1986)
Queen's Gambit Declined: Anti-Tartakower. Petrosian Variation (D55)  ·  1-0
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Mar-23-04  Lawrence: Karpov employs a nice bit of tactics, moves 22 to 25.
Dec-05-04  darook: Very nice tactics indeed!. Thanks Lawrence for pointing this game out.
Mar-13-05  Karpova: so black's mistake was 15...a5 leaving the a-pawn and the nb6 vulnerable? the nb6 seems badly placed anyway. what would have been satisfying for black? 15...re8 perhaps?
Jul-21-05
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  notyetagm: The <fork-overload trick> strikes again: 23 ... ♕d6 24 ♖e8+! ♖xe8 25 ♕xd6. This time the fork-overload trick is the sting in the tail of a nice tactical sequence by Karpov, moves 22-25, as indicated above.
Apr-17-09  WhiteRook48: hello, g4-pawn. I believe you're dead
May-30-15  tjipa: Somehow, the 'find similar games' feature here does not indicate the legendary Kasparov-Karpov game No.22 from 1986, when Karpov played 16...Re8.
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