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Anatoly Karpov vs Vadim Milov
Biel Credit Suisse (1997), Biel SUI, rd 9, Jul-31
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Central Variation. Modern Defense (D20)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-14-07
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  plang: Karpov is not critical of 14..b5 saying it was played to keep the knight out of c4. Still it creates weaknesses on the queenside and makes it more difficult for black to achieve the c6 break. Karpov is so confident of his defensive abilities. He omits g3 allowing the knight to come to f4. He patiently builds up his queenside play in no hurry to capture the pawn on a6 or the bishop on d7 while all the time blacks kingside buildup continues. Karpov finally does play 23 g3 in order to prevent Milov from playing g3. Perhaps Milov should have gone for the complications with 27..Nxe4 and after either 28 Ndxe5 or 28 Bxf4 the position would have been unclear. After 29 Ndxe5 blacks position collapsed.

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