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Anatoly Karpov vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
Tal Memorial (Blitz) (2008) (blitz), Moscow RUS, rd 21, Aug-30
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E32)  ·  1-0

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Sep-01-08  Everett: 24 white to move an win. A nice clean kill from Karpov here.
Sep-06-08
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  luzhin: Yes, very nice: Mamedyarov simply had to play 22...g6. Once his kingside was bust open he didn't stand a chance.
Mar-10-09  blacksburg: karpov was cheating. he's so old, he doesn't even know how the pieces move anymore, how could he possibly have defeated mamedyarov without cheating? <4.Qc2> - just put the game through Rybka, Rybka thinks <4.Qc2> is ok! how could karpov have found this move without using Rybka? no way! FIDE should punish karpov for this blatant and obvious cheating!
Nov-19-11  Bryan14: I didn't get what ur talking about <blacksburg> .. is just a bad joke or ur trying to make fun of yourself ?
Nov-19-11  I play the Fred: <I didn't get what ur talking about <blacksburg> .. is just a bad joke or ur trying to make fun of yourself ?>

He was joking about <Mamedyarov>'s cheating accusations from a few years back. I can't remember who <Shak> was accusing, but IIRC the accusation came out of thin air and had no foundation.

Nov-19-11  Karpova: Mamedyarov vs I Kurnosov, 2009
Apr-01-15  miep2: 15 Rfe1?! should be Rfd1 leading to the the tabiya.
And 22..g6 was equal 22..Nd5? then a nice routine attack winning.
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