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Anatoly Karpov vs Alexander Chernin
30', Tilburg2.33 ;CBM 32 (1992), Tilburg NED, rd 3, Oct-??
Slav Defense: General (D10)  ·  0-1
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Oct-13-04  percyblakeney: 54.Qe7+ is one of Karpov's worst moves, if I recall correctly he was in time trouble, and first played the illegal Qe6+.
Jun-28-08  Laboratory: Karpov didn't see the opponent was delivering check. So he tried to move his queen, but.. So he lost the game.
Jun-28-08  RookFile: That's too bad. It appears he could have played any reasonable move and won the game.
Oct-11-13
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  whiteshark: "In this position in a rapid game in Tilburg in 1992 between former World Champion Anatoly Karpov and Alexander Chernin,


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White had just promoted a pawn to a queen on the e8 square. Black made the discovered check <53...Kd6+>. Karpov, with very little time remaining, did not see that he was in check and played the illegal move <54.Qe6+ <<>>>. The arbiter required Karpov to play a legal move with his queen instead (since he touched it), and he selected <54.Qe7+??> (54.Qd7+ Rxd7+ 55.Kg6 would still have drawn (Fox & James 1993:198))."

After <54...Rxe7+>, Karpov lost the game (McDonald 2002:22425).

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