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Garry Kasparov vs Augusto Horiguti
Kasparov Sao Paulo Simul (2004) (exhibition), Sao Paolo BRA, Aug-21
Indian Game: London System (A48)  ·  1-0


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Nov-07-04  dac1990: The Queenside pawn mass looks pretty neat, and 29. Nb8! is downright funny.
Jan-02-05  MidnightDuffer: Spassky vs Bukic, 1978 ; here is the game that it is similar too, up until Black's ninth move; but how about the Bishop on h2 in both games plays a very pivotal role in both games protecting the diagonal up to c7-c8;
Nov-10-06  AAAAron: With the move 18. c5 Kasparov forms what is known as the Snake pawn variation. This displays how artistic Kasparov's play is. He has all his pawns in snake form ready to bite upon his opponent with deadly Kasparov venom. Kasparov also has the awesome ability to shoot projectile venom into his opponents eyes, therefor blinding his opponent on the road to victory. Few people know this, but no one discusses it. I'm putting my neck out on the line here, by revealing Kasparov's secrets. Oh yeah Kasparov can also change from human to snake form in 5 seconds, clearly giving him an advantage over his opponents. So beware of Snakesparov!
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