Chess kaleidoscope by Anatolii Karpov, Y. Gik

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Nxg6+! Qh4+ HD - NN Internet 1. Nh4! h6? exd3!? Nf4+-At the top. 31 HD - NN Internet 1. Bg5 c4+ Confrontation. 12. Qxa3?? Qf3+/= 33 HD - IM Johan Eriksson Torshavn 1. f5 Ne7 11. Nd7?? Qxf2! Qg2 10 HD - NN Internet 1. Bg5+/- Taking the lead. Nc4 Qc7 16. Qh6 White grasp the opportunity. Bg7?? Bd5++- Good timing. HD - NN Internet 1. f5 might be stronger. Qb5 Rb8? Qf2+/-Home again but with profit. 39 HD - NN Internet 1. f5!? 12. e5 No time to relax. Bxf6!? fxe7+/- and White is pretty close. Nf3+/- with a long-scale strategy.

Bg4 HD - NN INTERNET 1. Na3 Bg4 Black might play Bxf3 followed by e7-e5. 63 9. Qc2 Best by test! The Queen supports e2-e4. Qd7 10. d4+/= simple virtue. HD - NN INTERNET 1. Rae1+/- A true move is not difficult 64 HD - NN INTERNET 1. fxe5!?

E5?? Nxe5! 11. a4!? Nxe1 f5+- White has a jewel on d5. HD analysis 1. e5 White gets the typical space advantage. Nxa7? Nxd4 45 The Knight likes it on d4 +/= HD - NN INTERNET 1. Be3 Building the position like a rock. Typical Bobby Fischer strategy! Rxd8+ Nxd8 Type minor pieces endgame occurred. Nd5 31. cxb4+/= Later a draw HD - NN INTERNET 1. Qc2, d4!? 11. Rfe1 Bh3? Rxa7! 18. Bxc6+- And White will win. HD - NN INTERNET 1. Nc4! Remember Nd7?? h3 HD - NN INTERNET 1. e5 We expand with an advantages position.

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