End position from which great game?

Some chess games become immortal and you replay them again and again not just to learn from them, but to enjoy chess as well. Here is one such cool game between “two very strong chess grandmasters”. (No other hint possible. Can you guess the game? Just replay it first. You can find a hint for the answer here and here.


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[…] 1.e4 e5 2.¤f3 ¤c6 3.¥b5 a6 4.¥a4 ¤f6 5.O-O ¥e7 6.¦e1 b5 7.¥b3 O-O 8.a3 d6 9.c3 ¥g4 10.d3 ¤a5 11.¥c2 c5 12.h3 ¥d7 13.d4 £c7 14.d5 ?!N
(14.b3 ¦fe8 15.¤bd2 ¥f8 16.d5 g6 17.¤f1 ¥g7 18.¤g3 c4 19.b4 ¤b7 20.¥e3 a5 21.£d2 ¦a6 22.¤h4 ¦ea8 23.¦ac1 axb4 24.axb4 £d8 25.¥g5 £f8 26.¥b1 ¥c8 27.¤e2 ¤d7 28.¢h2 ¤d8 29.g3 f6 30.¥e3 ¤f7 31.f4 £d8 32.f5 g5 33.¤f3 h5 34.¤eg1 £e8 35.¦c2 ¤f8 36.£d1 ¥d7 1/2-1/2, Ljubojevic Ljubomir (SRB) 2565 – Ivkov Borislav (SRB) 2520, Manila (Philippines) 1973)
(14.b4 cxb4 15.axb4 ¤c4 16.¤bd2 ¤b6 17.¦a3 ¦fc8 18.¥b2 a5 19.¦xa5 ¦xa5 20.bxa5 ¤a4 21.¥xa4 bxa4 22.¥a3 £xc3 23.¤b1 £c6 24.dxe5 ¤xe4 25.exd6 ¥f6 26.£d3 ¤c5 27.£e3 ¤b3 28.¤bd2 ¦e8 29.¤e4 ¥d8 30.¤d4 ¤xd4 31.£xd4 f6 32.¦e3 ¥xa5 33.¤xf6+ gxf6 34.¦g3+ ¢f7 35.£h4 ¦e1+ 36.¢h2 £e4 37.£h5+ ¢e6 38.£xa5 £b1 39.¦g7 ¦h1+ 40.¢g3 £d3+ 41.f3 £b5 42.¦e7+ ¢f5 43.£c7 1-0, Morozevich Alexander (RUS) 2747 – Bruzon Lazaro (CUB) 2648, Biel (Switzerland) 2006.07.30)
14…c4 15.¤bd2 ¤b7 16.¤f1 ¤c5 17.g4?! h5! 18.¤3h2 (18.g5 ¤h7 19.h4 g6³) 18…hxg4 19.hxg4 £c8 20.f3 ¤h7 21.¤g3 ¥g5! 22.¤f5?! £d8 23.¢g2 g6! 24.¤g3 (24.¤xd6 £f6 25.f4 ¥xf4 26.¥xf4 £xf4 27.£f3 £g5³/µ) 24…¢g7 25.¦h1 ¦h8 26.¤hf1 £f6 27.¥e3 ¥xe3 28.¤xe3 ¤g5 29.£e2 ¦ag8 (29…¤d3!?) (29…a5!?) 30.¦af1 £f4 31.¦xh8? (31.£f2³/µ) 31…¦xh8 32.¦h1 ¦xh1 33.¤xh1 ¤d3! 34.¥xd3 (34.¤f2 ¤c1µ) 34…cxd3 35.£f2 d2! 36.¤g3 ¤xf3! 37.£xf3 ¥xg4! 38.£f2 d1=£ 39.¤xd1 ¥xd1° 40.£e1 ¥f3+ 41.¢g1 f5 42.exf5 gxf5 43.£f2 ¢g6 44.b3 e4 45.c4 bxc4 46.bxc4 £g5 47.c5 f4 48.cxd6 fxg3