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Michal Krasenkow vs Teimour Radjabov
GMA (2001), Dos Hermanas ESP, rd 1, Apr-19
King's Indian Defense: Normal. King's Knight Variation (E60)  ·  0-1

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May-12-09  ryumico93: radja good
Feb-12-11  falso contacto: 19... b6 is a mysterious move.
Feb-12-11  falso contacto: I like the Ne8 manouvre. Allows to block the white initiative I guess.
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  plang: Played at Dos Hermanas 2001 which was a 10 player round robin; Greev and Smirin tied for first at +2. 6 h3 is a specialty of Krasenkov so Radjabov was not surprised. 14..Na6 had been played in Beliavsky-Khalifman Ubeda 1997 (white won); 14..Nd7 was new. 27 Ne6? was the losing move; better was 27 hxg..Qxg5 28 Nb3..Bg4 29 Qxc7..Ra8 30 Ne3..Qg6 31 Nxg4..hxg 32 Rh4..Qg5 33 Kf1..Rc8 34 Qa5..Rb8 35 Nc5..Qc1+ 36 Qe1..Qxc5 37 Rxh6 with complicated play. 33 Kf1..Bd2! 34 Kg1..Re1+ 35 Kh2..Qxh4+! 36 gxh..Bf4+ 37 Kh3..Rh1# would have been a pretty mate.

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