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Judit Polgar vs Garry Kasparov
Linares (2001), Linares ESP, rd 7, Mar-03
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. English Attack (B80)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-16-04
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  acirce: <Garry realised that he'd missed something in the position. Later that evening during dinner, he shouted across the restaurant to Judit, "I found it! I found it! 27 ..Ba3! It's amazing - all the tricks work for me. You should have a good look at it!">

http://www.chessbase.com/events/eve...

Jun-10-06  spirit: GAZZA made it to the top before we started falling under the influence and tutoring of machines...yet at times this guy's play is so machine-like...<i,ve found it!i've found it!...it's amazing how it works.You should have a good look at this game!>
Jun-10-06  KingG: <Garry realised that he'd missed something in the position. Later that evening during dinner, he shouted across the restaurant to Judit, "I found it! I found it! 27 ..Ba3! It's amazing - all the tricks work for me. You should have a good look at it!"> LOL. That sounds hilarious.
Jul-03-06  spirit: please what's LOL...i seem to see it everywhere...
Jul-03-06  notyetagm: <spirit> LOL means "lots of laughs" or something like that. It's what you write when you want to convey that you find something really funny.

Related expressions include LMAO (laughing my ass off) and ROFL (rolling on the floor laughing).

Jul-03-06  notyetagm: < acirce: <Garry realised that he'd missed something in the position. Later that evening during dinner, he shouted across the restaurant to Judit, "I found it! I found it! 27 ..Ba3! It's amazing - all the tricks work for me. You should have a good look at it!">

http://www.chessbase.com/events/eve...;

That link does not contain any analysis of 27 ... ♗a3. What is the winning continuation and variations?

Jul-03-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  PhilFeeley: Not much annotation here - a disappointment, since so many pieces are left en prise here, I'm just awed at how they figured all this out. What would have happened had Garry played 27...Ba3? Would Judit have countered with Ne6? I think he escaped by the skin of his teeth. Judit was so energetic here, it's just amazing she didn't win.
Jul-03-06  spirit: thanks <notyetagm>i guess this explains why i see it everywhere!LOL!
Sep-15-06  babywizard: 27 ..Ba3!! 28 fxg7 (28 Ne6 Qf7! 29 Qg3 Nxb2 30 Rd4 g6 31 f5 Na4 32 Re3 Bc5 33 fxg6 hxg6 34 Nxc5 Nxc5 35 Nf4 Kh7 36 h5 Qxf6 37 hxg6+ Kg8 38 Qh3 Rc7–+; 28 bxa3 Nxc3+ 29 Ka1 Nxd1 30 Rxd1 g6 31 Ne6 Qc3+ 32 Qb2) 28 ..Rf7 29 Rd2 Bxb2 30 Rxb2 Nxb2 31 Qxb2 Qxc3 32 Qxc3 Rxc3–+
Aug-08-07  Karpova: <Women, by their nature, are not exceptional chess players: they are not great fighters.> [Gary Kasparov (b. 1963), Russian chess player. Times (London, Oct. 9, 1990).] http://www.poemhunter.com/search/?q...
Sep-13-07  Karpova: This game was played in Linares and won the prize for the most beautiful game.
Jan-10-15  Octavia: 2nd game in Polgar teaches chess 3

She explains 27 B a3 in detail

Sep-10-17
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  plang: In response to 18 h5 Kasparov would have played 18..Nxb2 19 Kxb2..Na4+ 20 Kc1..d5 with a powerful attack. A stronger continuation for White would have been 22 Qe3..Bd6 23 Nh5..e5 24 fxe..Bxe5 25 Rhf1 with compensation for the pawn; instead after Polgar's 22 Bxe4? Black took over the initiative.
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