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Yuri V Nikolaevsky vs Garry Kasparov
Moscow (1976), rd 9
Indian Game: King's Indian. Fianchetto Variation (A49)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-21-06  who: Black misses the equalizing 33...Rxd5.
Jan-22-06  who: I mean 32...Rxd5!
Jan-22-06  mack: Doesn't that fail to Rh3?
Jan-22-06  who: 32...Rxd5 33.Rg3?? Qg4+ 34.Rg3 (either one) Qd1+ 35.Qxd1 Rxd1+ 36.Kg2 Kxf7
Jan-30-06  Jenspooch: 37 Qd7 wins.
Jan-30-06  Jenspooch: In the game, that is. Not after
the above note.
Apr-20-06  AlexandraThess: Actually Kasparov played during the whole game without a knight. The Knight on a5 is a big minus for this system.That's why I prefer the classical system with e7-e5 instead of c7-c5. Here Nikolaevsky has given a nice lesson to Garry. Using his material advantage he organizes a crucial attack on the kingside. Great play by Nikolaevsky!
Apr-20-06  blingice: Haha, and I thought that Moscow was in the Soviet Union...
Apr-20-06  euripides: <trap> Perhaps that was Gazza's improvement.
Jul-24-16  MrJafari: White played risky against aggressive Kasparov and gained his reward!

Kasparov on Kasparov: Part I
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