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Anatoly Karpov vs Dan Uddenfeldt
Skopje Olympiad Final-A (1972), Skopje YUG, rd 7, Oct-03
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Amsterdam Variation (B93)  ·  1-0

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Sep-14-06  yyacb: This game is covered in Roman's Lab, Volume 7, Think and Play Like a Grandmaster. http://yyacb.blogspot.com/2006/09/r...
Oct-01-06  ToTheDeath: It's interesting to note how Karpov attacks. He had numerous opportunities to play more sharply- e.g., 13. f5!?, and 21. Nxd5! (which wins immediately), but instead chose the moves which kept control of the position and did not sacrifice needlessly. This is how you win tournaments.
Oct-01-06  ashin: could someone plese explain to me the continuation
Oct-01-06
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  tpstar: 27 ... Kd8 28. Nxe6+! wins the Queen (28 ... fxe6 29. Qxd7#), or 27 ... Ke7 28. Bc5+ Kd8 29. Nxe6+! again.
Dec-20-07  notyetagm: <tpstar: 27 ... Kd8 28. Nxe6+! wins the Queen (28 ... fxe6 29. Qxd7#), or 27 ... Ke7 28. Bc5+ Kd8 29. Nxe6+! again.>

Yes, the <LATERAL PIN> of the Black f7-pawn to the <LOOSE> Black d7-knight,-square by the White h5-queen is fatal.

Jan-17-09  morin: Black delayed a lot his castling. On 9 ... 0-0 or 10 ... 0-0 was OK.

13. f5 Nxd3 14. cxd3 gxf5 and black is lightly better.

17 ... Nc5 allows Black survive little bit longer.

26 ... Kd8 is better.

Jul-24-14  thom0909: Move 20: every black pawn is on a light square and he has no dark-squared bishop.

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