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Garry Kasparov vs Oleg Vasilchenko
Tbilisi (1976), rd 6
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Rio Gambit Accepted (C67)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Jul-28-04  chess4games: I agree this is a draw. Good Game.
Jan-30-06  Jenspooch: Young Garry is studying the openings...
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  Steppenwolf: Kasparov chickened out. Why not try 16. Qg3, Bxp; 17.Ne2!?, with many dangerous tactics ahead. Look at the position of white's bishop and queen and rook: eveything charging on the black king.
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  DanielBryant: In Steppenwolf's line, after 17...Nxf6, White could try 18.Qh4 Nh5 19.Qd4.
Dec-01-14  MrJafari: I don't agree it's a draw! White seems to be better at the position,but maybe Kasparov just had needed to a draw!
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  WannaBe: Wow, 13-years old (GK) vs 16-years old (OV). Oleg never got past IM level (According to CG's biography) while Garry reached the top. =)
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