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Simen Agdestein vs Garry Kasparov
Interpolis 13th (1989), Tilburg NED, rd 7, Sep-22
English Opening: Symmetrical. Symmetrical Variation (A36)  ·  0-1

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Nov-16-07
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  kingscrusher: Wow! Out of nowhere, it seems White's queen was sucked into black's position to be trapped! A nice short game in the prestigious Tilburg Super-GM tournament.
Mar-09-09  notyetagm: <kingscrusher: Wow! Out of nowhere, it seems White's queen was sucked into black's position to be trapped! A nice short game in the prestigious Tilburg Super-GM tournament.>

24 ... ♖b8-a8 0-1 <queen trapped>


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Feb-27-10
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  Eyal: It's not immediately apparent why Kasparov begins the queen chase with 22...Bf8 only after playing 21...h4. The reason lies in the line 23.Qd5 Qc7! and 24.fxe5 loses to 24...Rxe5, a move which before the opening of the h2-b8 diagonal, induced by h4, could be answered by Qxd4.
Aug-04-15  ToTheDeath: A nice game by Garry, luring the queen in to his camp with several clever moves.

This was a phenomenal tournament for Kasparov, who was "furious" about both Korchnoi and Botvinnik predicting an Ivanchuk victory and posted a whopping 12/14 score to take undisputed first.

Aug-04-15
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  perfidious: <This was a phenomenal tournament for Kasparov, who was "furious" about both Korchnoi and Botvinnik predicting an Ivanchuk victory and posted a whopping 12/14 score to take undisputed first.>

As if Garik needed any urging to get his blood up before an event.

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