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Anatoly Karpov vs Hikaru Nakamura
Cap d'Agde (2008) (rapid), Cap d'Agde FRA, rd 7, Oct-28
Dutch Defense: General (A80)  ·  0-1

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Oct-29-08  Bobsterman3000: I don't understand Karpov's moves from 32-36.

Oct-29-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  Stonehenge: 31...Rf8 threatens both Qxf2+ and Bxg3. 32.Qe3 d4 sucks also.
Oct-29-08  refutor: very smooth game by Nakamura.
Oct-30-08  chessamateur: Did Karpov really play 53. Kd4?
Oct-30-08  hedgeh0g: <Did Karpov really play 53. Kd4?>

He probably had a very subtle positional idea in mind.

Oct-31-08  Woody Wood Pusher: 32.Bf4!? I just don't get it...maybe time trouble...
Nov-04-08
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  FSR: <Woody Wood Pusher> 32.Bf4 was desperation, since Karpov had no way to defend against 32...Qxf2+, e.g. 32.Be3 Bxg3; 32.Qe3 d4; 32.Qe1 Bc3!
Nov-04-08  talfan: <Did Karpov really play 53. Kd4?>

Usually the king is put on the centre of the board when his owner resigns.

Nov-18-08  morphyum: 32.Be3 Bxg3? 33.Qd4!
Nov-18-08
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  Check It Out: 32.Be3 Qf6 33.R moves Bxg3
Feb-08-09  ToTheDeath: 31. Re7? was a bad error, allowing the cheapo on the f file. 31.Be3 is completely equal.

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