diagonal: and bear in mind, that Vic was then at age of 56 :)
At the second SWIFT tournament in Brussels 1987, Garry Kasparov and Ljubomir Ljubojevic shared first prize, a full 1.5 points ahead of the rest, 3. Karpov, 4. Korchnoi, 5. Timman, 6. Tal, 7. Larsen; Short finished sole 11th, in total 12 players.
The (inofficial) SWIFT Blitz World Championship just played afterwards, was won by Kasparov ahead of Jan Timman.
Korchnoi, took his personal revenge and beat twenty years younger Karpov twice (twelve players including mostly the same contestants as in the classical event, among them also great Tal, who had already played at the famous Herceg Novi Blitz events in 1970 and 1983, and won in 1988 at Saint John World Blitz knock-out).
<Brussels>, the capital of Belgium was the Chess Métropole in the second half of the 1980s, thanks to OHRA and SWIFT (with Bessel Kok) sponsoring:
<International invitation tournaments in classical chess:
1986 (April) SWIFT,
1986 (December) OHRA,
1987 Blitz, inofficial World Championship SWIFT
1987 Team match OHRA
1988 GMA World Cup tournament SWIFT
1991 FIDE Candidates quarter-finals SWIFT
What a line-up (in alphabetical order): Anand, Gelfand, Ivanchuk, Jussupov, Karpov, Korchnoi, Short, and Timman
1992 Rapid knock-out SWIFT>