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Gata Kamsky vs Anatoly Karpov
Linares (1991), Linares ESP, rd 11, Mar-11
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner Variation. Main Line (E41)  ·  0-1

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Oct-16-06  positionalgenius: A fine win by karpov over prodigy Kamsky.
Mar-06-07  James Bowman: Karpov seems to just move and feint attacks forever until Kamsky cracks and then finishes the game. About 30 moves of what mistake will you make kid.
Feb-01-11  Garech: Beautiful play from Karpov.

-Garech

Oct-31-12  Anderssen99: Some references mention that the game went on as follows: 63...,Re6 64. Qe1 e4 65. Rb-d2 Nc6 66. Re2 Rf3 67. Rd7+ Kf8 68. Be3 Ke8 69. Rb7 Ne5 70. Rb2 Nd3 71. Qd2 Rf-f6 72. Rb1 Rd6 73. Qc2 a4 74. a3 Kd8 75. h5 Kc8 76. Ra7 b5 77. Rg7 b4 78. Rd1 b3 (The killer) 79. Qe2 Ne5 80. Qe1 Rxd1+ 81. Qxd1 Rd6 82. Rg8+ Kc7 83. Rg7+ Kc6 84. Qc1 0-1 (84...,Qe2 85. Qb1 Rd1 86. Bc1 Rxc1 87. Qxc1 Qa2 mate).
Jun-11-18  Howard: Looks like a Karpov game, but even more like a Petrosian one !
Mar-12-21  MarianoFreyre: One of the best games of the history. So underated.

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