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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?
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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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