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Utut Adianto vs Gata Kamsky
HB Global Chess Challenge (2005), Minneapolis, MN USA, rd 9, May-22
Sicilian Defense: French. Alapin Variation Haag Attack (B40)  ·  0-1



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Jun-09-05  shortsight: Kamsky's chess is so different now. Solid, and surprising by not castling. He could very well challenge the unchallenged top 10 players soon.
Jun-22-05  DP12: This game was really won on class.
Jul-01-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Kamsky rarely fails to impress me ... wow.
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  chancho: This guy still has it! look out top 10.
Jul-11-05  mits: I personally get Utut Adianto's message.
I made one big positional mistake against Kamsky...I should and already think about Neg5! But I played and already think about Ng3?? that was real disaster. My problem in Minnesota that I was so exhausted on the evening games. (I lost both Schneider & Kamsky) We play 2 games a day. And also my last International games was in Libya, June 2004! But in general I am satisfied, and now I knew that actually I am still capable. The only problem is my physical fitness. I will train some exercise before the tournament.
Jul-11-05  Shams: you are saying these are Adianto's comments to the game, relayed by you? Interesting. I must agree that 16.Neg5 does look stronger. maybe then 16...Rc8 17.Bf4 (or Bd2) a5. Still, it's hard to see how white could claim an edge.

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