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Viswanathan Anand vs Gata Kamsky
Dortmund (1992), Dortmund GER, rd 8, Apr-25
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Modern Variation (C89)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Jun-08-04  zzz: I cant believe that Anand could put his king through so much torture -:)
Jun-08-04  ajit: very intresting game for marshall lovers. This needs good amount of analysis after move 26
Nov-25-04  shortsight: When super-GM wanna have fun, that's how they did it. and when the opponent of the same stature failed to beat him, that's pure joy!
Feb-20-05  Billage: That's a pretty funny game
Jun-17-05  fgh: Lol, great walk with the king :-)
Sep-27-05  lopium: Not that big, just nice sacrifices all along the game!
Aug-12-07  anandrulez: nice game from anand , nice escape against a great opponent
Oct-03-07  KamikazeAttack: Seeing how black made white run around and cow like a wimp, it is amazing to see how much theory has been developed since the early 90s in the Marshall.
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  sea7kenp: I fully expected White to lose. Good thing Anand found that Perpetual!

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