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Garry Kasparov vs Anatoly Karpov
Karpov - Kasparov World Championship Match (1984/85), Moscow URS, rd 36, Dec-28
Queen's Gambit Declined: Tartakower Defense. General (D58)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-13-05
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  offramp: Kasparov comes in like a lion but goes out lika a lamb. Perhaps 26.Rd7 or 27.b3 followed by an attack on the black king might have won.
Jul-11-05  Resignation Trap: The last game of this match played in 1984, with the score Karpov 5, Kasparov 1. Kasparov took a time-out and game 37 was played January 2, 1985.
Apr-23-06  Guiarados: I don't like 13.Qe2.I think 13.Qc2-a614.Rfd1-Qe815.a4-Bc616.b3-Nce417.Bxf6-Nxf618.- Ne5-Bb719.f4-Qc820.h3-Qc721.Kh1-Bc522.e4 is best.
Am I correct?
Dec-07-06  lopezexchange: 26.Rd7,Qb1+; 27.Bf1,Ra1; 28.Qe2,Bf8; 29.Rxf7,Bg7; 30.Qb5 (1-0) White had a win here.
Mar-29-07  Fisheremon: A very strange game (seemingly <2500 players'). Black admitted elementary 16...axb5? (16...Qb8!?). After 20...Qa4? the position was totally lost, but White missed 26.Rd7! <lopezexchange>. From 29 move he gradually slipped away his win !
Apr-12-08  Knight13: Bunch of tactical exchanges, easy to go wrong. <(seemingly <2500 players')> would've definitely slipped up AND lose in this game.

Instead of 14...Qe8 14...Qb8 is better.

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