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Veselin Topalov vs Judit Polgar
Las Palmas (1994), Las Palmas ESP, rd 4, May-25
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Modern Variation (B42)  ·  1-0



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Oct-14-05  Ultra: The fireworks fly. If past games between these two are any indication, tomorrow should be a real tactical gem.
Oct-18-05  chess n00b: awsome
Nov-08-07  Erdkunde: what's going on! lol
Apr-04-17  clement41: 10 c5!? securing d6 for the knight, fighting vs the ...d5 break, at the cost -seemingly- of an exchange is strong! Actually if black accepts the exchange after 10...Bxb2 11 Nd2 Bxa1 then 12 Qxa1 attacks the Rh8 and seizes the dark squares and if e.g. 12...0-0 then 13 Bh6
Dec-11-18  Saniyat24: 35.a3!
Dec-11-18  sudoplatov: Maroczy Binds Again!

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