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Alexander Khalifman vs Valery Salov
Amsterdam (1995), Amsterdam NED, rd 11, Aug-24
Queen's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation. Farago Defense (E12)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-13-15
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  offramp: Only a fool breaks the 50-move rule.
Jun-13-15  Howard: You mean the 50-move rule applied here ? I'm too lazy to go through all these moves, so that's why I'm asking.
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  offramp: <Howard: You mean the 50-move rule applied here ?>

Yes. White played 25.h4


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... and 50 moves later, the pawns decree...


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...That the game is drawn.

Jun-13-15  cunctatorg: A rare occurrence indeed in top level chess! However neither Alexander Khalifman nor Valery Salov were "fools"; on the contrary both of them were really great players with a quality of play that you rarely can find even at nowadays Super Grand-masters!! Thankfully Alexander Khalifman is still active!

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