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Garry Kasparov vs Badalian
Tbilisi (1976), rd 1
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. Alapin Gambit (C69)  ·  1/2-1/2



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May-17-05  soberknight: Very interesting game. Kasparov draws K+N vs. K+N+2P
Jan-29-06  sherman: 40 d7+.
Jul-17-07  gauer: Kostyev, in 40 Lessons for the Club Player, recommends that whom he saw as black, Kasparov (but the chessbase database also has kasparov as white...), should try the unstoppable 88 ... a5!, rather than merely occupying b3 with a Pawn.
Jan-31-15  MrJafari: A proverb says: cheap received prize will be lost cheaply! first Black was near to loose, then got advantage and finally lost the advantage and just had a draw. (maybe an amateur could have managed to win as Black!)
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  Jimfromprovidence: "Those endgame blues, you got 'em Bad".
Nov-29-22  farticchio: 88.Ke5 lose
The only move that draw is 88.Kd6 (sygyzy 7pieces)

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