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Andrei V Kharitonov vs Garry Kasparov
Leningrad (1977), rd 2, Feb-??
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0



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Oct-20-05  svbabu: Wouldn't be better if 27.Qxa2 instead of 27.Bxg5?
Feb-16-06  goragoragora: Yeah, that's what I was wondering too, since I was just looking at 27...Nxh3+ as a response. Actually 27...Nxf3+! is fairly stiff.
White has to take, unless he just
wants to give back the exchange, but
after 28 Bxf3 Qxf3 it looks like
the compensation on that long
diagonal is pretty darned good.
Dec-14-06  pokemonman: Wouldn't 25...Nxf3 be better than exd5? Not only would you force him to move the king, but you could still prevent the taking of the queen by white's knight.
Dec-14-06  Karpova: 25...Nxf3+ 26.Bxf3 Qxf3 27.Nxb4
Nov-06-16  MrJafari: Wasn't Black's 25th move a blunder? It's rare to see Kasparov defeat this way!
Nov-06-16  John Abraham: <MrJafari> Kasparov was 14 years old in this game.
Nov-11-17  LA MAN: Did I miss something why not queen takes rook n the 27th Move on the a file rather than knight by bishop? One knight remains pinned and capture at h3 i think he can recover this too.
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