P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:10/03 Kasparov of September 12 was adjourned and ended in a draw on September 13. Kasparov produced an unexpected 42nd move to save a game which many experts believed to be lost. Karpov thought at length before replying Rg8 and the challenger found a saving combination with move 46, Qb8, followed by Qg3N He quickly accepted the world cham—Hon's draw offer leaving thf series all square. Moves in a moment
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/11  1/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  The game scheduled for September 14 was postponed at Kasparov's request until September 17. The second game of the World Chess Championship between reigning champion Anatoly Karpov and challenger Gary Kasparov of September 12 was adjourned and ended in a draw on September 13. Kasparov produced an unexpected 42nd move to save a game which many experts believed to be lost. Karpov thought at length before replying Rg8 and the challenger found a saving combination with move 46, Qb8, followed by Qg3. He quickly accepted the world champion's draw offer leaving the series all square. Moves in a moment
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/02  1/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  T—e game scheduled for September 14 was postponed at Kasparov's request qntil September 17. The second game of the World Chess Championship between reigning champion Anatoly Karpov and challenger Gary
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:30/27 move to save a galf which many experts believed to be lost. Karpov thought at length before replying Rg8 and the challenger found a saving combination with move 46, Qb8, followed by Qg3. He quickly accepted the world champion's draw offer leaving the series all square. Moves in a moment
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:20/26  1/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  The game scheduled for September 14 was postponed at Kasparov's request until September 17. The second game of the World Chess Championship between reigning champion Anatoly Karpov and challenger Gary Kasparov of September 12 was adjourned and ended in a draw on September 13. Kasparov produced an unexpected 42nd
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/02  2/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  Moves in the second game of the World Championship final Kasparov v Karpov 1 d4 Nf6 15 Rc1 Bd7 29 Qd2 d4 2 c4 e6 16 Qd2 Nc5 30 Ne2 Nd5 3 Nf3 b6 17 e5 BA7 31 Nxd4 Kh8
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:10/10  2/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  Moves in the second game of the World Championship final Kasparov v Karpov 1 d4 Nf6 15 Rc1 Bd7 29 Qd2 d4 2 c4 e6 16 Qd2 Nc5 30 Ne2 Nd5 3 Nf3 b6 17 e5 Be7 31 Nxd4 Kh8 4 g3 Bb7 18 Nxe7 Qxe7 32 g5 Re4 5 Bg2 Be7 19 Bg5 Qe6 33 Bf2 Qe5 6 0-0 0-0 20 h3 Qg6 34 Rg3 Rf4 7 d5 exd5 21 f4 f6 35 f6 Be8 8 Nh4 c6 22 exf6 gxf6 36 b5 c5 9 cxd5 Nxd5 23 Bh4 f5 37 Nc6 Qa1+ 10 Nf5 Nc7 24 b4 fxg4 38 Bf1 Rf5 11 Nc3 d5 25 hxg4 Nd3 39 g6 Bxg6 12 e4 Bf6 26 Rf3 Nxc1 40 Rxg6 R5xf6 13 Bf4 Bc8 27 f5 Qg7 Adjourned 14 g4 Nba6 28 Qxc1 Rae8 More
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/20 4 g3 Bb7 18 Nxe7 Qxe7 32 g5 Re4 5 Bg2 Be7 19 Bg5 Qe6 33 Bf2 Qe5 6 0-0 0 0 20 h3 Qg6 34 Rg3 Rf4 8 Nh4 c6 22 exf6 gxf6 36 b5 c4 9 cxd5 NxD 23 Bh4 f5 37 Nc6  10 Nf5 Nc7 24 b4 fxg 38 Bf1 Rf5 11 Nc3 d5 25 hxg4 Nd3 39 g6 Bxg6 12 e4 Bf6 26 Rf3 Nxc1 40 Rxg6 R5xf6 13 Bf4 Bc8 27 f5 Qg7 Adjourned 14 g4 Nba6 28 Qxc1 Rad8 More
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:10/00  2/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  Moves in the second f—ld of the World Championship final Kasparov v Karpov 1 d4 Nf6 15 Rc1 Bd7 29 Qd2 d4 2 c4 e6 16 Qd2 Nc5 30 Ne2 Nd5 3 Nf3 b6 17 e5 Be7 31 Nxd4 Kh8 4 g3 Bb7 18 Nxe7 Qxe7 32 g5 Re4 5 Bg2 Bd7 19 Bf4 Qe6 33 Bf2 Qe5 6 0-0 0-0 20 h3 Qg6 34 Rg3 Rf4 7 d5 exd5 21 f4 f6 35 f6 Be8 8 Nh4 c6 22 exf6 gxf6 36 b5 c5 9 cxd5 Nxd5 23 Bh4 f5 37 Nc6 Qa1£ 10 Nf5 Nc7 24 b4 fxg4 38 Bf1 Rf5 11 Nc3 d5 25 hxg4 Nd3 39 g6 Bxg6
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 11:20/00  2/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  Moves in the second game of the World Championship final Kasparov v Karpov 1 d4 Nf6 15 Rc1 Bd7 29 Qd2 d4 2 c4 e6 16 Qd2 Nc5 30 Ne2 Nd5 3 Nf3 b6 17 e5 Be7 31 Nxd4 Kh8 4 g1 Bb7 18 Nxe7 Qxe7 32 g  Re4 5 Bg2 Be7 19 Bg5 Qe6 33 Bf2 Qe5 6 0-0 0-0 20 h3 Qg6 34 Rg3 Rf4 7 d5 exd5 21 f4 f6 35 f6 Be8
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:11/00 Kasparov v Karpov 3/4 ^ adjourned after 40 moves 1   R K 8    P P 7    P N  R R 6      P P N   5         4         3     P Q B 2     Q B K 1 a b c d e f g h WORLD CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP More
P268 CEEFAX 268 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/00  4/4  THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  Moves in the second game of the World Championship final following the adjournment: Kasparov v Karpov 41 Rxf6 Qxf6 42 Qe1 Rg8+ 43 Kh2 Qf4+ 44 Bg3 Rxg3 45 Qxg3 Qxf1 46 Qb8+ Kg7 47 Qg3+ GAME DRAWN  In the women's world championship final in Volgograd, the second game - like the first - between world champion Irina Levitina and challenger Maya Chiburdanidze ended in a draw.