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Evgeny Vladimirov vs Garry Kasparov
Vilnius (1975)  ·  Queen's Indian Defense: Classical. Traditional Variation (E17)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-13-03  Bastrikov: Black builds a super-strong formation but white finds a way to encroach upon it: move 19 knight to f5 and move 20 queen to a3 are the highlights of whites attack. The flank moves act to erode blacks position. Black finds the move a5 and the move queen to e4 to offset whites attack. White was a rushing waterfall which eroded blacks stonewall.
Jan-19-06  OKKarpovisgreat: Good focus by young Gazz.
Jul-03-09
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  Knight13: Which makes 18...exd5 seem like a mistake.
Mar-23-14  MrJafari: A very interesting game for me. But I wonder is it possible that Kasparov neglected of his opponent's Knight move to threat his Queen?!!

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