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Garry Kasparov vs Yoshiharu Habu
Kasparov - Habu Tokyo Exhibition (2014) (exhibition), Tokyo JPN, rd 1, Nov-28
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0



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  chancho: What Habu done for me lately...
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  Penguincw: 11...Nd4 was a mistake that dropped a pawn. Obviously if something like 13...Bc5 then 14.Bh6 and black will get mated or drop the exchange. From there on out, Kasparov just did a good job of grinding down and getting the win.
Dec-07-14  Ke2: Kasparov using the barcza system of the KIA as seen in fischer vs mjagmarsson, a simple automatic attack, but unfortunately black just blunders a pawn and you can't get away with that vs a 2800.
Dec-07-14  Howard: Huh ?! Kasparov actually played a recorded game of chess ?
Jan-25-18  KSchlecher: Uhh... Was Kasparov actually a 2800 player in 2014 or now? I think his chess skills inevitably waned, maybe 2750 or higher would be more accurate? The 2812 has stagnated for a long time...

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