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Alexander Khalifman vs Garry Kasparov
Paris Immopar rapid (1991) (rapid), Paris FRA, rd 1, Nov-??
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Modern System (E97)  ·  0-1

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Jun-01-07  Gouki: did Khalifman run into time trouble??

whats the winning line?

Nov-19-07  svbabu: He might be in time trouble or he just threw away a winning game!

Kasparov got a freebie!

Aug-07-09  Xeroxx: Black is totally winning.
Aug-07-09  dx9293: This was a rapid game. Every Khalifman—Kasparov game played at classical time controls ended in a draw.
Aug-07-09  kingfu: dx9293, what are the time controls for rapid games? I like Khalifman because he sacrifices material for positional beauty!
Aug-07-09  sheaf: Bd4+ is a threat and there is no effective way of countering it.Bd4+ kg2 Rf2+ discovered check etc...there is no counterplay..
Aug-09-09  dx9293: <kingfu> Rapid games are typically 25 mins for the game plus 10 seconds added after each move from, starting from move 1 (25+10), or 20+5. There might be some variations of this, but that's the basic idea.
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  offramp:


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Kasparov devises a good plan in this clash of World Champions. He plays 25...Ng8-h6-f7-g5.
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In this position


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Kasparov played 31...Qxf4. A bit stronger is 31...Qd4+ followed by 32...Rxf4.
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In the final position


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Black is threatening ...Bd4+, ...Rf2+ and ...Rxf1.
White could continue
33. Bd3. Then there might follow
33...Bd4+
34. Kg2 Rf2+
35. Kg3 g5!
36. Nxd5 h5!


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