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Viswanathan Anand vs Gilberto Hernandez Guerrero
II Magistral (2001), Merida MEX, rd 5, May-21
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation (B33)  ·  1-0

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Oct-02-05  tolow4y: it seems to me he lost the initiative on 14. 0-0, i'm think 14. N c2 could have brought in the reserves here
Oct-02-05  tolow4y: i believe pandolfini said a knight on the rim is grim
May-08-12  Everett: Black is likely not worse after activating his rooks with 33..Re2 and an eventual ..R8c2

As Black, however, I would not be comfortable with those knights hoping around my king, especially with the lack of mobility, and a rook lurking to deliver mate.

The position on the board after 32.Rxf1 is analyzed by Esben Lund in the excellent book Rook vs Two Pieces. One of many take-aways from this position is that White wants to keep his rook on, as it helps the two knights be more effective.

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