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Vladimir Kramnik vs Joel Lautier
Credit Suisse Masters (1995), Horgen SUI, rd 8, Oct-29
English Opening: Symmetrical. Four Knights Variation (A35)  ·  1-0

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Jul-05-05  InitiativeCheck: Kramnik squeezes out a win with some amazing bishop play. 50. Bg5+! subtle endgame stuff I need to look for in my own games.
Dec-04-07  computer chess guy: I think Black is busted at least as far back as 46. ♗a3. Kramnik's play from then on is deadly accurate.

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