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Viswanathan Anand vs Alon Greenfeld
Lloyds Bank op (1984), London, rd 9
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Knight Variation (B43)  ·  1-0
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Oct-02-11  chessmaster102: how is it the seond game on anads chessgames profile says he was rated 2788 and his 4th game (this one) saying he was 2345 cause i know no one would drop that low if there a GM
Feb-21-13  blazerdoodle: Maybe he got the snot beaten out of him by an 8 year old.
Nov-01-18
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  jonjoseph: I really enjoyed this waltz round the board. Not as complicated as a Tal game but a nice rhythm
Nov-02-18
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  perfidious: Black was doubtless aware of the difficulties which awaited him in what had been a tabiya in the 1970s, after 19....Nxf1 20.Rxf1 Bxf4 21.Qf2 e5 22.g3 Qd6, as played in Smejkal vs Karpov, 1973, a critical game for the eventual outcome at Leningrad, but his novelty was most unfortunate.
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