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Garry Kasparov vs Dibyendu Barua
KasparovChess GP g/60 (2000) (quick), Internet, rd 1, Feb-12
Queen's Gambit Declined: Exchange. Reshevsky Variation (D36)  ·  1-0
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Aug-29-11  LIFE Master AJ: I first tried to post this game here right after CG opened.

Anyway, I submitted it MULTIPLE times ... apparently it has been accepted.

I think that Kasparov's play was simply brilliant ... there might be several POTD's in here.

Aug-29-11  LIFE Master AJ: BTW ... I think this might have been played on Kasparov's own (chess-playing) website, it opened with a war-chest of millions of dollars, but it evenually went belly-up.
Aug-29-11  LIFE Master AJ: 68.b5!! is every brilliant.
Aug-29-11  LIFE Master AJ: very brilliant (typo)
Sep-20-11  LIFE Master AJ: 64.Kf5!! The point of this pawn sacrifice is NOT readily apparent.
Sep-20-11  LIFE Master AJ: And look at that rating ... 2851!!!!!
Sep-20-11  LIFE Master AJ: Kasparov - when he was KING!
Oct-04-11  LIFE Master AJ: What's the procedure for getting a game into "Guess the move" on this website?
Nov-14-11
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  Domdaniel: Yeah, nice game. At the end, 73...Bg6 seems to put up more resistance, though White should still win. The idea is to stop the d-pawn with ...Be8, but it costs Black too many of his pawns. If 74.Rxg4 Kf7,


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then White can either play Kxb3 and advance his King, or switch the Rook to the b-file with Rb4. Both seem to win -- but not 75.Rxg6?? Kxg6 when the Black King can still stop the d-pawn.

Mar-02-12
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  Zugged: or theres a more direct way d6 If Bf5 then Rf4
Jul-30-17  clement41: 29 Qa3! beginners would not at once understand why white is willing to deteriorate his structure. Reminds Rozentalis vs R Appel, 1993 29 Qa3!
and Eljanov vs Carlsen, 2017 13 Qa3!?
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