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Garry Kasparov vs Oscar Panno
Simul (1997) (exhibition), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 1, Sep-02
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation. Keres Defense (E32)  ·  1-0

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Feb-09-04  doctor collins: This could be hard to believe, but in this game, played at the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange Building, in which I was present, Kasparov displayed a 30-move-computer analysis dating from 1995. And Panno innocently fell on it! He told me that it was unfair he was playing against a computer, he supposed he would face a human player!! Later on, it was established that Black could equalize by playing 16...exd5 17.Nc3 Na6, which was perhaps played by Timman, but I'm not sure. Could anyone confirm this?
Mar-10-13
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  Phony Benoni: The Timman game in question was Kasparov vs Timman, 1998. According to the kibitz by <plang> it was Timman's second Ulf Andersson who suggested 16...exd5.
Jun-28-19  Howard: This game was actually tied for first place (along with Kramnik-Bareev 1997) for best TN for that particular Informant volume.

Not only that, I didn't know until just the other day(!) that it was actually a simul game. The Informant didn't state that, but Kasparov said that in his three-volume set of his best games.

The TN, incidentally, was 11.Qd3!

Jul-03-19  Howard: Oops ! It was Gelfand-Bareev, not Kramnik-Bareev---my mistake. The game took place in 1997, and someone else has already commented on that TN.

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