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Judit Polgar vs Vladimir Kramnik
Linares (1994), Linares ESP, rd 9, Mar-07
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Classical Variation (B65)  ·  0-1


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  AdrianP: Why doesn't 24. h4 pick up the pinned bishop?
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  AdrianP: "Vladimir Kramnik beat Judit Polgar 18 to 0, with 13 draws.* * Based on games present in our database; may not be complete."

Quite a record!

Jul-30-03  bishop: Yes I noticed that statistic before and was quite amazed. Polgar seems to have trouble against the very top players, 1-9 vs Kasparov, 4-16 vs Anand, on the other hand she uses Short as a punching bag 12-3.
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  AdrianP: I'd heard about Nige's sorry record against Polgar... I bet he was pretty relieved to have made "short" (sorry) work of her in the Hungarian Tournament this year: Short vs Judit Polgar, 2003

By the way, is this the correct way to do links to games in the collection.

Jul-30-03  PizzatheHut: If 24. h4, then 24...Qxc3
Jul-30-03  NiceMove: AdrianP: I.e. 24. h4 Qxc3 25. ... Qxb2#

pawn on b2 is pinned by rook on b8.

May-09-04  Freezebag: According to chessbase it's 22-0 now. Impressive
Oct-30-04  PinkPanther: <AdrianP>
It wasn't quite "short" work of her, the game lasted 70 something moves.
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