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Dimitar Pelitov vs Valentin Panbukchian
TCh-BUL (2001), Pamporovo BUL, rd 5, Oct-06
Scandinavian Defense: Bronstein Variation (B01)  ·  0-1

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Apr-19-02
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  Sneaky: I think White's mistake was not trading queens immediately with Qxf5--instead he allows Black to play Qxh3, White's pawns are a mess, and Black quickly achieves a dominating endgame.
Apr-19-02  bishop: The old adage "you cant win by resigning" fits this game well.
Apr-19-02
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  Sneaky: Yes, resigning was White's other mistake; a draw was still possibly, especially if Black did not play accurately.
Apr-21-02  ryhon77: white definately had a chance! He had his b and c pawns connected which he could force down for a queen!

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