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Anatoli Vaisser vs Garry Kasparov
15th Soviet Team-ch lower group (1981), Moscow URS, rd 9, May-??
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Florentine Gambit (E77)  ·  0-1



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Mar-16-05  Shams: the player of the day does not embarrass himself against Kasparov. Interesting game.
Feb-28-06  alphastrike20: 41...Rb3! 42.Re7 and the pawns advance
Feb-16-09  Jim Bartle: Since it ended after white's 41st, I would guess this game was resigned directly after an adjournment.
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  laskereshevsky: According to Kasparov's comments 17.♙f6+ is a mistake because the "discreet move 17.♖c1 is probably winning. The main threath is 18.♖c2 and ♕d2 or ♕a1..."
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  laskereshevsky: <Jim Bartle>

Vajser wrote the secret move 41.♔h4, but suddendly decided to resign without waiting the game's resumption

Feb-16-09  Jim Bartle: Thanks.
Feb-16-09  Tartalacreme: According to Vaisser, 17.Rc1 gives white a clear advantage.
Apr-10-11  Rick360: FWIW, Fritz 10 thinks White's 15th move is the more significant innacuracy, compared to his 17th move. Fritz actually prefer's Vaisser's 17th to Kasparov's 17.Rc1. After 15. Qc2, White has a " ", instead of equality. Please chime in.
Jul-30-17  bla bla: 41...Rg2! is a good move
Jul-30-17  bla bla: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. f4 O-O 6. Nf3 c5 7. d5 e6 8. Be2 ed5 9. e5 Ng4 10. cd5 de5 11. h3 e4 12. hg4 ef3 13. gf3 Re8 14. f5 Qb6 15. Bh6 Qb2 16. Bg7 Kg7 17. f6 Kg8 18. Qc1 Qb4 19. Kf1 Nd7 20. Bb5 Qd4 21. Kg2 Re3 22. Ne2 Qe5 23. Kf2 Re2 24. Be2 Nf6 25. Qc5 Bg4 26. Qe3 Qe3 27. Ke3 Nd5 28. Kf2 Be6 29. Rab1 b6 30. Rbc1 Nf4 31. a3 Ne2 32. Ke2 b5 33. Rc7 a5 34. Rb1 Bc4 35. Kf2 a4 36. Re1 Rd8 37. Re3 Rd2 38. Kg3 Kg7 39. f4 Rb2 40. Rc5 h5 41. Kh4
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