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Garry Kasparov vs Slavoljub Marjanovic
Banja Luka (1979), Banja Luka BIH, rd 7, Apr-??
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov-Petrosian Variation. Petrosian Attack (E12)  ·  1-0

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Mar-25-04  BlazingArrow56: 25. Qxh5! is mad crazy.
Mar-18-08  ToTheDeath: Interesting precursor to Kasparov's famous win over Portisch. The knight on a5 was out of it.
Mar-19-08  ToTheDeath: 21...Kxf8! 22. Rxa1 Rd8 was the last chance to save the game, keeping White's advantage to a minimum.
Apr-05-12  ozmikey: There is another interesting option for Black after 23. Qe2 - he can actually play 23...Qxe6 24. Qxb2 Bxe4! when 25. Re1 Rd8! exploits White's weak back rank to keep material level. White would probably still win after that (huge positional advantage), but it would have been a neat trick to pull on such a wonderful tactician!
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  Fusilli: <ozmikey: There is another interesting option for Black after 23. Qe2 - he can actually play 23...Qxe6 24. Qxb2 Bxe4! when 25. Re1 Rd8! exploits White's weak back rank to keep material level.>

Doesn't White then have 26.Qe2? (If 26...Rxd3 27.Qxd3).

Apr-05-12  ozmikey: <Fusilli> 26. Qe2 Bf5.
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