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Garry Kasparov vs Fritz (Computer)
Intel World Chess Express Challenge (1994) (blitz), Munich GER, May-20
Van't Kruijs Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1
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Jul-28-04  chess4games: Kasparov lost. He should have taked as many pawns as he can. The pawns will queen soon enough. Good game.
Aug-01-06  gambitfan: Why 2... dxc4 ????

It looks like a bad move : wastes one step and helps its opponent develop his bishop...

Chess Opening Explorer gives for 2... dxc4 : 5 games ; 60% / 20% / 20%

Much better seems 2... Nf6 isn't it ???

Aug-01-06  aw1988: Not necessarily a bad move. A one piece development advantage does not count for much. And it's very close to the QGA.
Aug-01-06  gambitfan: What does QGA mean ?
Aug-01-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  WannaBe: Queens Gambit Accepted, also are QGD, Queens Gambit Declined, KGA, KGD, KID, QID, CIA, FBI, MI6, MI5, OSS, KGB, GRU, NSA....
Aug-01-06  aw1988: <WannaBe> I'm not sure he means your openings. I know you mean well, though.
May-12-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  Honza Cervenka: 15.Qxd8 with next 16.Bxb6 and 17.f5 wins piece.

Instead of 36.Be5+ it was better to play 36.Ba7 with a threat Bd4+, which forces after 36...Kg7 (what else?) 37.Nf5+ an ending of different colour Bishops with probable draw. N vs B ending was lost for white.

32...Re2? is hard to understand. Of course, black should have played 32...Qe6.

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