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Vladimir Veremeichik vs Garry Kasparov
8th Sokolsky Memorial (1978), Minsk, rd 6, Jan-??
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Panno (E84)  ·  0-1

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Mar-31-04  admeyer: Interesting game here
May-21-04  InspiredByMorphy: 41.Nxf3+! is curtains.
Jul-26-04  JoshuaJ8588: The best reply to the Samisch Variation of the King's Indian Defense.
Jan-13-10  shamat1: i cant understand 12 d5
May-26-11  Pygeum Lycopene: Since 33.Bd3 turned out really bad, wondered what 33.Bc5 would look like. Here's the mess, ah, i mean analysis. 33.Bc5-Nb3 34.Qf2-Qc1 35.Bb3-ab 36.Bd4-Bd5 37.Bg7-Qc7 38.Kg1-Kg7 39.Qd4-Kg8 40.ed-Qc1+ 41.Kf2-b2.

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Feb-18-12  screwdriver: Not bad. Looks like Kasparov would've gotten another queen if white took on f3.
Apr-15-12
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  Garech: Superb game; great dynamics.

-Garech

Apr-15-12  balzarius: I subscribe,this was a fascinating and lively game.
Nov-10-18  MrJafari: Why not 15.Bxd4?
Nov-11-18
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  tpstar: <Why note 15. Bxd4> Consider 15. Bxd4 Qxd5:


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This looks pretty even after 16. Bxg7 Qxd2+ 17. Rxd2 Kxg7 although Black has a 3:2 Pawn majority on the Queenside while White is saddled with a bad Bishop.

White was probably expecting to outplay the teenager Kasparov.

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