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Garry Kasparov vs Levon Surenovich Eolian
Soviet Union (1976)
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack. Fianchetto Defense (D37)  ·  1-0


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Jul-29-05  DW STEWART: i love this site !!!
Dec-18-05  Aseem: If im not mistaken this is the first game where Kasparov opens with 1.d4 ever since he satrted playing at international level since 1973
Jul-13-09  totololo: It is interesting how he plays the variation opening fully the game ....

The influence of an e4 player can still be feeled in this game .... See how he played the same variation in the later years....

Jun-29-11  Bobsterman3000: The other Levon is soooo much better.
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  perfidious: <Bobsterman3000: The other Levon is soooo much better.>

And your point is....?

Sep-25-12  KaleyK: .....just beyond your reach ......!
Dec-22-14  MrJafari: Very good game.Kasparov started with d4 and played very powerful moves...
Jan-17-16  reenareena: Kasparao you are great player of d4
Apr-17-17  Pawn N Hand: White's +instructive use of the dark squared bishop here determines the game's phases, as it anchors various batteries from h2, c1, g5, and finally f6.
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