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Lev Psakhis vs Judit Polgar
Amsterdam OHRA-B (1989), Amsterdam NED, rd 9, Aug-10
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen. Szen Variation (B44)  ·  1-0

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Oct-23-09
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  plang: Polgar's 22..d5? backfires. A pretty variation given by Psakhis is 25..Nxd5 26 Nxd5..Bxd5 27 Ne4..Ng4 28 fxg..Bxf4 29 Qxf4..Bxe4 30 Rc7..Rxd1+ 31 Bxd1..Bxg2+ 32 Kg1..Qd5 33 Rd6 and wins.
Jan-24-18
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  Sally Simpson: Black has just played 22...d6-d5.


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"Played after 11 minutes, this is the decisive mistake. 19 consecutive moves without any piece contact had completely destroyed my patience..."

'How I beat Fischer's Record' by Judit Polgar (page 372.)

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