Much too blind

Chessbuff
Chessbuff
Jul 23, 2007, 8:39 AM |
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Here's a game between Judit Polgar and Anatoly Karpov, Monaco, 1993, played blindfolded. No doubt, it is not easy to play blindfolded and some very interesting play are born from this sort of play. Karpov might not appreciate this game ending up on the web, but I will risk a reprimand from the great ex-world champion by doing so ( the phone just rang). In this game, it seems that Karpov seriously misjudged the position with fatal consequences. Let's take a look...