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Peter Svidler vs Garry Kasparov
Armenia - The Rest of the World (2004), Moscow RUS, rd 5, Jun-14
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack. Fianchetto Variation (B31)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jun-17-04  jeffnool: i think kasparov wins in this game
Jun-17-04
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  Sneaky: I don't think there's a win here.
Jun-17-04  hollowone: The draw has to do with Ne3 keeping the king in perpetual check, since he can't escape the knight's attack without either abandoning the pawn or blocking it.
Jun-17-04  PinkPanther: The knight just moves from e2 to d4 (repeatedly) and the pawn can't queen.
Jun-17-04
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  crafty: 59. ♘e2+ ♔c2 60. ♘d4+ ♔c3 61. ♘e2+ =   (eval 0.00; depth 23 ply; 100M nodes)
Jun-19-04  jeffnool: after 48.f4 kasparov should reply with 48...gf4
Jun-19-04
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  acirce: <jeffnool> Doesn't matter, 49.Kf3 Kxc2 50.Kxf4 d3 51.Nxd3 Bxd3 52.g4 and nothing to to against the simple plan h2-h4-g5 exchanging Black's last pawn securing a draw.
Jun-19-04
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  acirce: Alright, we'll try. 50.Kxf4 and then?
Jun-19-04
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  acirce: In my other post I meant "nothing to do against the simple plan h2-h4-h5-g5..." etc. Typed too fast.
Jun-19-04  jeffnool: youre right my friend its a draw thanks for correcting me
May-26-06
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  spirit: ferrocious knight attack by svidler.
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