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Garry Kasparov vs Artur Yusupov
Linares (1993), Linares ESP, rd 3, Feb-26
Queen's Gambit Declined: Charousek (Petrosian) Variation (D31)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-10-04  Whitehat1963: Shows Kasparov's extraordinary fighting spirit!
May-12-05  Airlock: Did Yusupov try to win a drawn game here?
Sep-05-05
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  Eggman: Kasparov's longest-ever game.
Sep-05-05
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  Sneaky: I keep thinking that Garry had some way of moving his king over to the c-file, playing ♖x♗, snagging the b-pawn, then escorting his own pawn in. But them I'm reminded of that old chess saying, "Passed rook pawns look more dangerous on the 2nd rank than on the 7th." The fact is that Black will just waltz his king over to the a-file and then he can't help but to draw.
Sep-05-05  euripides: <sneaky> Mueller and Lamprecht look at a similar ending with the pawn on a5 and a black-squared bishop. In that case White can get a decisive zugwang with the rook on c1 and the king on b6 when the black king is on b8. I'm not sure if this works here but there might be a chance around move 100.
Nov-12-09
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  Peligroso Patzer: Compare the endgame in: Kramnik vs Ponomariov, 2009
Nov-12-09  Plato: Tablebases show White can win until his 102nd move, after which it is a forced draw. It was possible to win using the same theme as in the Kramnik-Ponomariov game listed above.
Nov-12-09  WhiteRook48: Kasparov might have burned out after 1999
Oct-25-12  vinidivici: 102. Re7+????? BIG error.

White shouldnt dislodge the black king from dangerous corner and try to hold the king as near as possible to the corner.

102.Rd8! Kc7
Rd3 Kc8
Kc6 Bf7
Rd4 Be8+
Kc5 Kc7
Re4 Bd7
Re7 Kc8
Kd6 Bg4
Rc7+ Kb8
Kc6 Bf5
Kb6 Bb1
Rc4 Ba2
Rxa4 .....1-0

After 102.Rd8 if 102...Bc2 then
103.Rd7+ Kc8
Rd2 Bb3
Kc6 Bf7
Rd4 Be8+
Kc5 Kc7
Re4 Bd7
Re7 Kc8
Kd6 Bb5
Rc7+ Kb8
Rc5 Be8
Ke7 Bg6
Rc4 Bf5
Rxa4 Kc7...1-0

You need know the basic theory from rook pawn v bishop pawn. If theres a mistake just correct it because i played with engine and the first line i succeed at 3rd try beat the engine.

Meanwhile the second line is much easier. one who understand the theory should succeed in the first try.

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