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Garry Kasparov vs Anthony Miles
Basel (1986), rd 5
Semi-Slav Defense: Botvinnik System (D44)  ·  1-0
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Apr-10-05  mynameisrandy: 28... Rh8 29.Qxd4+ Kc7 is all I can see. What am I missing?
Apr-10-05  samvega: 28..Rh8 29.Qxb4+ Kc7 30.Qe7 w/ muliple threats e.g. Rc5, Nc5 or Qxf7.
Sep-16-06  vesivialvy93: ...How to lose a game vs Kasparov....!!! he did everything possible to lose fast !
Apr-14-09
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  whiteshark: I think <18.Rc1!> was the prepaired TN from Kasparov.
Jul-25-15
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  thegoodanarchist: The 27-eyed monster strikes again!

Twenty seven moves by Black, one for each eye of the monster playing White.

Nov-15-18
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  Tessa4T: Chances for White to win material on move 16 with moves not made in the game: 16.Nd6+, threatening to fork the Rooks with Nxf7. If 16...Bxd6, then 17.Qxc6+ threatens to win the d6 Bishop. If 17...Bc7, then 18.Bxa6+. Since 18...Kb8 19.Qb7# is mate, 18...Qxa6 is forced, and then 19.Qxa6+. After that, 19...Kb8 20.axb3 threatens Qxa7+, but 20...Bb6 saves this. If it had got this far, White would have been up on the exchange by a Queen and two Pawns to a Knight.
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