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By the way, 14. b6–b5 many think that an adjournement isn’t impossible at all. Looks like Karpov is giving up the ball now. 12. d2–d3 Kasparov replied immediately. One plan for White here is to play e2-e4, 15. f3–d2 c8–b8 preferably to provoke a Black e6-e5, so to make Alburt thinks that: “This is a very complex use of the f5-square with Nh4, as suggested by Alburt. position to play, expecially at such high stakes. 12. ” son Black played 12. . , d5, so maybe this is 16. f1–c1 b7–a8 unknown territory.

If true, then its not just a brilliant 68. d2–e3 e4–c3+ defensive preformance by Karpov, it’s also an 69. d5–e5 e8–d8 one by his seconds. 70. e3–b6+ d8–e8 83. d6–c6 f8–g8 71. a7–c7 84. c7–e7 g8–f8 85. e5–d6 f8–g8 Time: GK: 4:21 AK: 4:22 86. e7–e8+ g8–f7 71. c3–e4 87. e8–e7+ f7–g8 72. b6–e3 e4–g3 88. d6–e5 GM Ron Henley confirmed that “We saw The second time-control has been passed. something like this” this afternoon. Now the 73. e3–f4 g3–h5 game is 88 moves old, and at the 40th move Watson says: “If this is a draw, then it will Karpov’s team looked at this kind of structure!

G1–f3 ❇ ◆g8–f6 g7–g6 d7–d5 f6×d5 d5×c3 f8–g7 c7–c5 0–0 c8–g4 ◆ ◆ ❇ ❇ 32 ❑ ❘ ◆ ◗ ◗ ◗ ❘ ◆ ❇ ❘ ◗ ❇ ❇ ◗ ❇ ◗ ❇ ❇ ❘ ◗ ❇ ❇ ❘ ❇ ❘ ◗ ❘ ◗ ◆ ◆ ❘ ❇ ◆g1–f3 ❇f1–b5 ❇b5–a4 0–0 ❘f1–e1 ❇a4–b3 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 21. f8–e8? Now White occupies the c-file. Maybe it was better to look for exchanging the Queens aiming at activating the knight: 21. . , b7; 22. a3, c4; 23. ×e7, ×e7; 24. ×e7, ×e8. 22. d1–c1 c8–b7 23. d4–d5 a5–c4 24. f3–d2 c4×d2 25. g5×d2 e8–c8 26. c1–c6 g7–e5 Black is mated after 26.

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