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Darmen Sadvakasov vs Anatoly Karpov
VAM Hoogeveen 3rd (1999), rd 1, Oct-15
Caro-Kann Defense: Karpov Variation. Modern Main Line (B17)  ·  0-1


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Jun-30-05  InitiativeCheck: I love queen endings!
Mar-19-09  ChessMasta2000: sure, but chessgames needs to put 2004 match games here!
Mar-19-09  ChessMasta2000: In 1999 karpov was still on top!
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  plang: McDonald thought 19 b3!? weakened the d4 square and recommended 19 Bf4..Nd5 20 Bg3 instead. Bad for White would have been 20..Bxe5? 21 dxe..Qxe5 22 Bf4..Qb2 23 Rac1..Kg8 24 Rc8+..Kh7 25 Bxh6..gxh 26 Rxh8+..Kxh8 27 Qxh6+..Kg8 28 Rd8+. At the last move of the time control Karpov missed 40..e5! 41 Rcd1..Nf5 42 Qe1..Nxd4 which would have left him with an even clearer advantage.

<ChessMasta2000: In 1999 karpov was still on top!>

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