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Hafizulhelmi Mas vs Liu Wenzhe
Penang Wah Seong IM (2000), MAS, rd 2, Feb-27
King's Indian Attack: Sicilian Variation (A08)  ·  1-0

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Feb-10-07
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  al wazir: Brilliant! The ♗s sweep the board! If 29...Qxd5, then 30. Bxf5+ Kg8 (or 30...Qxf5 31. Qxf5+) 31. Qe7 Qf7 (31...Ra7/Rb7 32. Bh7+ Kf8 33. Bg7#). If 29...cxd5, then 30. Qc7+ Kg6 (30...Kg8/Kh8 31. Qg7#) 31. Qxb8, and the a and b ♙s roll.
Feb-10-07  jacqueshauwaert: Oh come on! Brilliant? You're joking! This is a cheap shot that the opp simply missed, and given he's just IM level even you or me could've caught him too. You're obviously from this Mas' country (if not actually HIM or a relative) and trying to promote his non-existent reputation on this site. How cheesy.
Feb-10-07
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  al wazir: <jacqueshauwaert>: If your schaccic skills are as acute as your geopolitical intuition, you must be about a class E player. Yes, the brilliant sacrifice of the exchange (pseudo-sac, if you like) blew open an apparently blocked position.
Feb-10-07  jacqueshauwaert: Yeah yeah. Whatever. So you must really admire your own games huh? LOL no one else does.
Jan-14-13  The Last Straw: <jacqueshauwaert>Then become an IM and show us.

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