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Garry Kasparov vs Sid Belzberg
Belzberg Simul (2003) (exhibition), London ENG, Oct-20
Indian Game: King's Indian. Fianchetto Variation (A49)  ·  1-0

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Feb-01-04  lordhazol: Using Black colored bisbop at c5 after
fianchetto position causes this kind of
ending positions.Anyway white has controlling d7 point.Kasparov wins clear after his good sacrifice 27-Ne5! easy to find but hard to prepare.
Feb-13-05  crumpy: lordhazol, you spelt bishop incorrectly
Aug-10-05  prinsallan: <crumpy> You spelled "spelled" wrong though :D
Jun-04-06  LluviaSean: <lordhazol>, <crumpy>, <prinsallan> hahahahaha!!!
Dec-24-08  binno: It takes 2 years to write what above.
Nov-04-09  hedgeh0g: <It takes 2 years to write what above.>

what above.

Really? It only took me 2 seconds...

Nov-04-09  sfeuler: what above.

1.5 seconds!

A record!? Let's see...

Nov-04-09  tonsillolith: Wow, off topic for 4 and a half years straight...
Jan-02-12  DubbleX: Let's keep it going

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