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Ziuliarkin vs Anatoly Karpov
Zlatoust (1962)
Italian Game: Hungarian Defense (C50)  ·  0-1



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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-20-05  lopium: Why not : 30.Qc3 or 30.Qc2 ? instead of moving an important rook.
Dec-25-05  Chopin: 29).. ♕b6 was a brilliant move by black, forcing the white rook to go back to 2nd rank. After that ♖x♘d6 is a christmas gift, since the rook can't move from the 2nd rank.
Jan-18-06  shamekovich: Karpov ended up with the worse
game positionally, but the White
knight got too ambitious and leapt
one square too far forward. It
should have tried for d5 or f5.
Aug-02-21  Brian.elkhoury: Qc2 and Nc4 isn't resigns?
Dec-30-21  kylejhazelton: i also don't get it... why not 30.Qc2 or 30.Qc3 or 30.R1d2 ? basically anything but the R5d2... must've just been an oversight

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