r4r1k/pbnq1ppp/np3b2/3p1N2/5B2/2N3PB/PP3P1P/R2QR1K1 w - - 0 1
Eggman61, yes that was the game. My notes were from 2010, and all I had was the FEN and my own, somewhat scanty analysis I had done at that time. I thought maybe the position was one Susan had posted as a puzzle, but I found nothing that corresponded to the date of the file. The only other thing I had noted was Kasparov was a teenager at the time.
Whoops. Wrong key. I was about to say that I’ll not post Kasparov’s continuation, except to say that Marjanovic resigned 5 moves later.
The game was Kasparov v Marjanovic, 1980. Alena found Kasparov’s next move, which Marjanovic answered with bxb2. But Kasparov ignored the attack on his rook. I’ll not pos
If it were me who played the game I would play Ne4. In my opinion it's the strongest move in this position. There are a lot of varitions after it. I'll consider a few.
White has little advantage but I think it's enough for a strong player.