To complete this series, a game which is possibly the best anti-Minority Attack game I have ever seen. Kasparov puts on a veritable master-class. Note many of the themes we have already seen, such as using d6 as a knight outpost. Most striking of all is how Kasparov exchanges queens in the middle of his kingside attack, realising that his play on that wing is also a deadly a positional plan, involving the undermining of the white pawn structure. Nimzowitsch would have loved the game!
You can find this game, with much more extensive notes, in my book “50 Essential Chess Lessons”.