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Ercoland, 23.e4 prevents g3 and then Qh2 mate.
Very nice annotations. Sometimes people feel pressured to do a video, but text is just fine. I find text annotations are usually more focused.
@attilaturzo, nicely done, thank you!
Anand beats Karpov in Karpov's style! If u notice the game commenced in 2009 and how old Karpov during that time? He's old already compared to Anand's. In crunch time, it is important that u are in such a good condition, Anand is much conditioned now than karpov's. In short age took its toll especially during pressure games! What if the game happened in the 80's does Anand has what it takes to beat Karpov in Karpov's style? Just an observation pls.!
thanks man for that insight...
@marsiozo: After Nxe4 Bxe4, White plays Bd3! defending the Queen and the mate on g2 with the queen itself.
@zokipirlo 17. Bd3
I disagree with 16. Nxe4. After that black plays Bxe4 and white will lose a queen on c2 or get a checkmate on g2. What did I miss here?
thanks for the comments Attila! .. what is the purpose of 23.e4? why not to play Rxd6 or something else?
which one is black and white
I really like your annotations; they are very easy to understand!
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