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"16. Nxe4White should exchange the strong knight." - doesn't that immediately lose material due to the threat on g2?
wow what an interesting post.I thank the staff for such a great post and wish that such games come again and again
Interesting blitz game but classical or even rapid is more beneficial for me. Blitz is primarily intuitive while classical offers more time for deep analyses.
great annotations! unfortunately, i have lost many times in this fashion!
Good game. Thanks for the post.
Anand attacking concept comes from Nimzowitch starting from move 11, nothing is new under the sun, but nice annotation and comments on the game. I love your articles please continue writing them.
that's nice games.. interesting!
doesn't the suggested move, 19.h3 invite 19...Ng3. Seems that weakening g3 is not in White's best interests.
Good Blitz game. But this was not style Karpov was known for.
Very interesting game,Thanks!
Excellent game. Great analysis, easy to follow your points.
@wonnie44 no, since after
28...Qh2+ 29.Kf1 Rf8 only 30.Bf4 doesn't lose the queen instantly, but then 30...Qh4 wins the bishop.
Like Karpov, Anand is timeless! Games of Champions!
Move 19) .... / Nxc5 to 24) .... / Rxf4 (white resign) is very interesting! If move 28) Be5 by Karpov, appears to equalize, but, will not arrive in time enough to stop black's advancement towards white's King!
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