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Anatoly Karpov vs Vasyl Ivanchuk
Las Palmas (1996), Las Palmas, Canary Islands ESP, rd 1, Dec-09
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Benjamin Defense (E61)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  kingscrusher: Ivanchuk mentions this game around the 50 min mark. Apparently 5 in the morning before the game he was working on some maths problem and it all came to him clearly, making him happy.

Feb-03-13  madlydeeply: Awesome vid! Is it possible to love ivanchuk even more? Yes, it is! Love for chucky springs
From a
Bottomless pool!
Feb-03-13  madlydeeply: At 26:00, asked if he uses a computer to look at old games: "no... For training, is better, always think with one's head" ha!
Feb-03-13  lost in space: I agree, great video. Good to understand more about the chess player and the human being Vassily Ivanchuk
Feb-03-13  Phorqt: Chucky and Glenn Gould were brothers in a past life.
Feb-03-13  Everett: <kingscrusher: Ivanchuk mentions this game around the 50 min mark. Apparently 5 in the morning before the game he was working on some maths problem and it all came to him clearly, making him happy.>

Thanks for the clip, yet I found nothing regarding this game @ 50 minutes.

Feb-03-13  Jim Bartle: It's about three minutes later.
Feb-03-13  Everett: Thanks to you both <kingscrusher> and <JimBartle>
Feb-04-13  superstoned: <Phorqt> Yes! Both endowed with amazing powers of recollection and artistic feeling.
Aug-28-18  sakredkow: It's a shame the video is apparently no longer available.

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