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   bluestar2022 has kibitzed 4 times to chessgames  
   Jun-23-20 Polugaevsky vs Petrosian, 1956
bluestar2022: Petrosian has the opportunity to play the same idea at move 16 but it is not easy to calculate the following complicated line analyzed by an Engine : 16..Nxe4 17.Bxd8 Nxd2 18.Bxc7 Nxc4 19.Bxb8 Nxa3! 20.Nxb4?! (20.Ng5 is still unclear) e4!! 21.Nd2 axb4 22.Bd6 Bxb2 23.Nxe4 Bf5 ...
   Sep-04-15 A Dueckstein vs Petrosian, 1962 (replies)
bluestar2022: Very Instructive Game by Petrosian.. However, White had an escape at move 34. He should use Petrosian's own Idea and sacrifice the Exchange back himself! 34.Rxe5!! Qxe5 35.Qxc4 and Black can't win this as his King is also under fire and checks. Black will have a better pawn ...
   May-23-14 Karpov vs F Visier Segovia, 1972
bluestar2022: Thanks for the question. I forget that one! The Actual move here was 32.Qd2 to play b4 next. So Black went 32..Be7 preventing it. After that Karpov played 33.Qc3 controlling the long Diagonal. My Resource is : How Karpov Wins by Edmar Mednis. Game no: 33
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