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Vibornov vs Anatoly Karpov
03, Moscow ch-stud (1968), rd 3
Sicilian Defense: O'Kelly Variation. Yerevan System (B28)  ·  0-1

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Mar-05-02  bishop: The valuable white e-pawn was separated from his companions and lost.The f-pawn became the new e-pawn but he too was surrounded and captured.
Apr-16-07  Helios727: What happens after 32. Kh1?
Apr-17-07  dejavu: as always karpov's uncanny ability to get his pieces to their ideal placement had its toll on white and the poor vibor was lost.
Feb-28-12  drukenknight: they are just hi school kids but it is very nice game; still dont understand how is it to end?

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