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Gata Kamsky vs Viswanathan Anand
Dos Hermanas (1996), Dos Hermanas ESP, rd 9, Jun-01
Caro-Kann Defense: Karpov. Modern Variation (B17)  ·  1-0

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Mar-29-04  hickchess99: does anyone know these two players ratings at the time of this game?
May-27-04  600POUNDGORILLA: http://www.chess.gr/tourn/Dos_Herma...

Kamsky 2735 Anand 2725

May-27-04  drukenknight: what if 34...Bxf5?
May-27-04  600POUNDGORILLA: if 34. ...Bxf5 then 35. QXR!#, RxQ, 36. BxQ.....and white wins the exchange. Can anybody see anything better?
May-27-04  Lawrence: <600>, welcome, and <dk>, the same to you!! We've missed you for these past 2 months. Where ya been, studying for exams?

Junior 8 says 34...♗xf5 is the best move but Black's position is so bad that he ought to resign.

34.......♗xf5
35.♕xe8+ ♖xe8
36.♗xh4 g5
37.♗f2 ♖c8
38.♖c3 eval +4.93 (14 min. search)

May-27-04  refutor: <600poungorilla> i've got to say the chess.gr is a great site...the CFC and USCF should take notice
May-27-04  600POUNDGORILLA: <refutor> what is CFC?

<Lawrence> Tks for verifying my analysis. I was thinking I missed something better.

May-27-04  refutor: <600poundgorilla> CFC = chess federation of canada
May-27-04  drukenknight: yeah you're right, Vishy has problems all the way back to move 23/24. 23...Qc2 apparently leads to equality.

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