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Vasyl Ivanchuk vs Jeroen Piket
EU-ch U20 (1986), Groningen NED, rd 9, Dec-28
King's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation. Stein Defense (E92)  ·  0-1

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May-04-12  iking: Chuckie chopped !
Jan-24-15  Conrad93: Why would Chucky play this variation again?

The ending is an almost exact copy of Ivanchuk vs Piket, 1986

Jan-24-15
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  Benzol: <The ending is an almost exact copy...>

It does look that way.

Jan-26-15  disasterion: The whole game is an exact copy of Ivanchuk vs Piket, 1986 apart from 12.a3 Bd7 13.b3, which in the other game is given as 12.h3 Bd7 13.a3.

With white's h pawn on h3 black has an obvious mate in two with 34... Qxh3, which suggests that this version is more reliable; though it's unclear whether the game was played in 1986 or 1987.

Jan-28-15  Conrad93: Looks like ChessGames removed the 1986 game.

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