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Sergei Rublevsky vs Kiril Georgiev
ECC (2001), Panormo GRE, rd 4, Sep-26
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack. Fianchetto Variation (B31)  ·  1-0

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May-19-18
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  plang: The line with 4 Bxc6..dxc has scored exceptionally well for White. At the European Championship at Ohrid a few months earlier San Segundo had played 14..Ne6 against Iordachescu and the game had ended in a draw; 14..Be6? was new but was likely the decisive error. 17..cxd? 18 exd..Ne5 19 dxe..Qxe6 20 Ne4..Kg7 21 Nxf6..Rxf6 22 Qxe5 would have cost Black a pawn. Black may have underestimated 17 Nd5!; after 24 Na6! White had a technically won endgame. 42..Kxg2 43 Ra2+..Kf1 44 Rf3+..Ke1 45 Ra1+..Ke2 46 Nd4# would have ended the game even quicker.

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