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Ivan Sokolov vs Anatoly Karpov
Linares (1995), Linares ESP, rd 6, Mar-07
Torre Attack: Classical Defense. Nimzowitsch Variation (A46)  ·  0-1
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Oct-12-06  outplayer: What is the purpose of 45...Ne7?
Oct-14-06  Albertan: Hi outplayer,in regards to your question about the move 45...Ne7, if you look at the position after this move White's f-pawn is threatened by 46...Rxf2. So White has to save the pawn by playing 47.Rd2. With the knight on e7 Black could now play 47...Nd5 (threatening Nc3+). So White would have to play 48.Kb2 to end the possibility of the rook fork tactic succeeding and after 48...Rxg2 Black is winning.
May-03-17
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  fredthebear: 36...Kf6 carefully avoids a draw. If instead the Black king munches the g6-pawn, White can escape impending defeat with perpetual check by the rooks.
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