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Garry Kasparov vs Adnan Sendur
Wch U16 (1976), Wattignies FRA, rd 5, Jul-??
Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Quiet System (B08)  ·  1-0



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Oct-01-03  BeautyInChess: This is a great game. Garry effectively blockades the black position and exchanges black's active pieces until black is suffocated and loses a piece and the game.
May-28-08  Xeroxx: Indeed great way of handling the pirc as white.
Mar-05-12  Savarkar 22: Black shud have got rid of that @#$%*!& pawn earlier....and 12....c6 by blackw as a was move 19....Be5 by black....b4 or b5 was required
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  profK: Unbelievable crush in 22 moves with the queens off.
Jul-11-13  RookFile: 8....Ng4 is practically a losing move. Correct is 8....Ne8.
Oct-02-14  Bezlitosci: 8...Ng4 is actually good. After 8...Ne8 9. e6 is crushing,

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e.g. 9...fxe6 10. Ng5 and knight from d7 can't move, since queen is undefended.

Black was holding until

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20...Rxd1 (20...Re8 instead).

Dec-17-14  MrJafari: After taking Black's Knight, White ruined his position...
Dec-17-14  tonsillolith: Impressive. Very strong mate threats after 22 moves in a queenless game.
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  Mating Net: The Bishop c8 belongs in the Bad Bishop Hall of Fame.
Aug-01-19  gambitfan: 1) +5.50 (26 ply) 22...♗xe6 23.♗xe6+ ♔h8 24.♖f7 ♗e5 25.c3 a5 26.♖xe7 ♗f6 27.♖f7 ♗e5 28.g3 b5 29.♔g2 b4 30.cxb4 axb4 31.b3 c5 32.♗d5 ♖e8 33.♔f3 ♖d8 34.♗c4 ♗d4 35.♖c7 ♗f6 36.♖xc5 ♗g7 37.♗g5 ♖f8+ 38.♗f4 ♗d4 39.♖d5 ♗a1 40.♔g2
Aug-01-19  gambitfan: I do not understand why not 9. ... Pf7xPe6 ?

Stockfisch gives after 9. Pe5e6

1) +0.54 (22 ply) 9...♘de5 10.exf7+ ♘xf7 11.♕xd8 ♖xd8 12.♗c4 ♘e5 13.♘xe5 ♗xe5 14.♖e1 e6 15.♘e4 ♘d6 16.♘xd6 ♗xd6 17.♗g5 ♖e8 18.♖ad1 ♔g7 19.♖e4 ♗d7 20.♖h4 a5 21.♗f4 e5 22.♗g5 ♖f8 23.c3

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