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Nikolai Ivanovich Andrianov vs Garry Kasparov
Team Tournament (1978), Baku, rd 7, Nov-??
English Opening: Symmetrical. Anti-Benoni Variation Spielmann Defense (A32)  ·  1-0
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Mar-02-06  Inf: i wonder why there isnt any comments on this game... perhaps because kasparov got pulverized? the white queen was unstopable. and 45. Rxd3?? young kasp had a huge blunder there, although he was desperate.
Apr-20-06  HamasHamas: VERY nice and cool-headed game
by Andrianov. We must check to see
if he is in the database...
Feb-04-09
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  parmetd: very nice game!
Dec-20-11
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  Penguincw: White's 5 pawn advantage wins it.
Dec-20-11
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  whiteshark: Nice <cross pin> in the final position.
Dec-20-11
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  Penguincw: < whiteshark: Nice <cross pin> in the final position. >

True. The rook is pinned in two different ways. To the king & queen.

May-23-15  Zwischenzug420: The cross pin was possible at move 39, after black's 38...Rd5. Then, 39.Rxd2! Where it will lead to 39...Qa1+ 40.Kg2 Rxd2 41.Qg5+ surely winning.
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