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Garry Kasparov vs John van der Wiel
World U26 Team-ch (1981), Graz AUT, rd 9, Aug-26
Queen's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation (E12)  ·  1-0



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Aug-10-06  Gouki: whats the finish?
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  tpstar: 53. Rxe7 Kxe7 54. g6 c4 55. e6 is a won K&P endgame = 55 ... Kf8 56. Kf6 c3 57. g7+ Kg8 58. e7 or 55 ... c3 56. g7 c2 57. g8=Q c1=Q 58. Qf7+ Kd6 59. Qd7+ Kc5 60. Qc7+ skewers the Qc1.
Jul-16-09  HAPERSAUD: freaking epic
May-27-10  ToTheDeath: Extremely complicated battle, Kasparov admitted he was a bit lucky to win, as Black was much better if not winning at one point (22...Re8 )
Dec-28-16  tigreton: I think Kasparov played 53 e6 and only then Black resigned.
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  WorstPlayerEver: -14. Qe2

-17. Nd6

-22... Qa2 -2.00

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  fiercebadger: It was in this game that Gaza jdoubed in opponents time ,and led to an article in Compla8ng about gamesmanship
Apr-15-18  Brian.elkhoury: Doesnt 29..Re8 look crazy? I dont see whats wrong with Kh7 Rhg8 etc..
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