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Viswanathan Anand vs Garry Kasparov
Immopar Rapid (1992) (rapid), Paris FRA, rd 2, Nov-??
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Amsterdam Variation (B93)  ·  1-0



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Nov-11-03  Spitecheck: This is one of the games why Kasparov may have chose to use the Dragon against Anand in the 95 title bout.


Nov-11-03  Cyphelium: Spitecheck> Why do you always write your name again after your post? (Just curious.)
Nov-11-03  Spitecheck: Most of the time it's a waste of space probably, but it's "tactical" if you pardon the pun.

Most people when reading will appreciate (perhaps even respond to) the author more if you plant the name in there head after they've read ...(whatever).

Especially if you've written a long piece of prose or something, the name up top will simply disappear, writing the name twice before and after as it were affirms to the reader who is responsible for that genius or that cr?p, either way I take responsibility for it. :)

The fact that you noticed may prove I'm writing a lot of short an uninteresting stuff lately which makes it rather redundant.


PS how many times do you think I've posted?

Nov-13-03  Cyphelium: Spitecheck> Well, the reason I noticed was that I read three short posts by you in a row. I just got a little intrigued. =) As for the number of your posts, I think they are almost as many as mine.
Feb-15-06  Idling: What's the difference bet. schevingen and najdorf?
Feb-15-06  AdrianP: <Idling> Some of the time it's just move order. Scheveningen is characterised by a Black pawn on e6. Najdorf is characterised by Black pawns on a6 and usually e5. The confusion comes because you can play ...a6 in a Scheveningen; and you can play ...e6 in a Najdorf (rather than ...e5).
Feb-15-06  alexandrovm: <What's the difference bet. schevingen and najdorf?> also pawn structure.

Here black seems to have a good game but overlooks 36. Rd4, a move that turns the game completly in white's favor. sudnly the black bishop becomes exposed and the open e row is the end for black

May-26-08  analysethat: nail biting stuff!
May-24-11  cormier: wrong game ....

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