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Gilberto Milos vs Anatoly Karpov
Najdorf Memorial (2001), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 1, Sep-04
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Jaenisch Variation (C42)  ·  0-1

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Apr-04-18
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  plang: 12..Rb8!? was anew idea which has not been repeated; 13..h6, 13..Nde7 and 13..Nce7 had been played previously. 17 Bxe6?..Nxd4 would have been good for Black. Karpov described 19 Bg4 as "very optimistic" recommending 19 Be5 as good enough for equality. 28 Nxg6? led to the loss of a piece; White would have only had a slight disadvantage after 28 Nd7..Rg8 29 Bc7..Qxc7 30 Nxf6..Rxg4!? 31 Nxd5..Rxg2+ 32 Kxg2..cxd 33 Qd1..Nf4 34 Kh1..Qc6 35 Qf3..Qf6. 37 h3 would have been a tougher defense. Black would still have had work to do after the stronger defense 53 h3..Rc2+ 54 Rxc2..Rxc2+ 55 Kg1..Kf4 56 Kh2..g5 57 Rf8. White resigned due to 60 Rh8..Be4 61 h4..Rc1+ 62 Kh2..Kf2 63 Rf8+..Bf3.

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