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Nigel Short vs Garry Kasparov
Rapid Match (1987) (rapid), London ENG, rd 2, Feb-04
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. English Attack (B80)  ·  0-1

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May-27-04  seeminor: 25. Be5!! is a superb move. For if 26.Bxh2 then 26.Bd4+!
Nov-24-05
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  offramp: Each player had 25 minutes for all his moves, so both players played well. Amazing that Gary saw that 25...Be5!
Dec-06-05  KingG: It's amuzing to see how this line was played in the early days.
May-29-06  spirit: nice rook ending
Feb-01-07  IMDONE4: the early days? By the 1980s a good amount of the main theoretical lines had been developed...
Feb-06-08  anjyplayer: Preparation to its core. b-pawn sacrfice and all white's moves were forced, till end. Amazing, terrific.
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