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Garry Kasparov vs Adnan Sendur
Wattignies (1976)  ·  Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Quiet System (B08)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-01-03  BeautyInChess: This is a great game. Garry effectively blockades the black position and exchanges black's active pieces until black is suffocated and loses a piece and the game.
May-28-08  Xeroxx: Indeed great way of handling the pirc as white.
Mar-05-12  Savarkar 22: Black shud have got rid of that @#$%*!& pawn earlier....and 12....c6 by blackw as a blunder.....as was move 19....Be5 by black....b4 or b5 was required
Mar-05-12
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  profK: Unbelievable crush in 22 moves with the queens off.
Jul-11-13  RookFile: 8....Ng4 is practically a losing move. Correct is 8....Ne8.
Oct-02-14  Bezlitosci: 8...Ng4 is actually good. After 8...Ne8 9. e6 is crushing,


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e.g. 9...fxe6 10. Ng5 and knight from d7 can't move, since queen is undefended.

Black was holding until


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20...Rxd1 (20...Re8 instead).


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