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Tilichkin vs Garry Kasparov
Baku (1975), rd 10
Sicilian Defense: Fischer-Sozin Attack. Flank Variation (B87)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-14-06  crisP: Could black not move b4 at move 8? Pls show me white's next moves.
Dec-14-06  mynameisrandy: I think white's ok after 9.e5.
Dec-14-06  crisP: Thanks mynameisrandy!
Oct-05-07  xeroxmachine: <KibitzerX: Kasparov is the chessmaster but can someone please tell me why his teeth are so yellow in his profile picture; doesn't he ever brush them? > Acually its pure chess-related. Not many people have thought of this, Kasparov was the first to discover this well kept secret and use it at this level. Since I stopped brushing my teeth a month a ago my blitzrating has increased 500 points!
Nov-20-07  brutishbeast: HAHa lmao... nice. I suppose i should try that tactic!
Aug-01-09  Xeroxx: You should do much better.
Jan-20-10  elohah: In fact it was a little bit
frightening!

For they did it with EXPERT timing!

There was Funky China Maaaan...

And little Garry Kasp!

Apr-03-14  MrJafari: Very attractive and instructive game! I enjoyed the style of playing by both two sides and White tried hardly until the last move too...

Kasparov on Kasparov: Part I
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