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Anatoly Karpov vs Artur Yusupov
Linares (1991), Linares ESP, rd 4, Feb-27
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Flohr-Mikenas-Carls Variation (A18)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-10-03  Spitecheck: Karpov may have got the idea from the simul (games against Rottmann and Schmidhauser) to try the line against more esteemed company, here Yusupov's active antidote seemed to take all the fun out of it. Karpov repeated the variation once more, and this woman player following Yusupov's lead was also able to draw.

Karpov vs I Dahl, 1991

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Oct-27-08
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  Richard Taylor: The ending here is still tricky:

The Black king has to stay on the a file -

If this happens

Rc7+

69. Kg6 Rc6+ 70. Kf5 Rc5+ 71. Ke4 Rc4+ 72. Ke5 Rh4 73. Rh8 Kb7 74. h7 Rh1 75. Kf4 Kc7?? then 76. Ra8! wins

Instead

Rc7+

69. Kg6 Rc6+ 70. Kf5 Rc5+ 71. Ke4 Rc4+ 72. Ke5 Rh4 73. Rh8 Kb7 74. h7 Rh1 75. Kf4 Rf1+ 76. Kg3 Rh1 77. Kg2 Rh6 78. Kg3 Rh5 79. Kg4 Rh1 80. Kg5 Rg1+ 81. Kf6 Rh1 82. Kg7 Rg1+ 83. Kh6 Rh1+ 84. Kg5 Rg1+ 85. Kf6 Rh1 86. Kg6 Rg1+ 87. Kf5 Rh1 88. Ke4 Rh2 89. Kf3 Rh6 90. Kg4 Rh1

And so on - even here it pays to be alert...

Jun-03-10  cocker: Ending after 60 ♔xf3 is discussed in Nunn's book, UCE, diagram 52d. Final position is a Vancura draw.
May-09-18  Howard: 35.Be2! would have won, according to Informant 51.

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