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Judit Polgar vs Rustam Kasimdzhanov
FIDE Moscow Grand Prix (2002) (blitz), Moscow RUS, rd 4, Jun-04
Center Game: Berger Variation (C22)  ·  0-1

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May-21-04
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  ConLaMismaMano: 21.Nxh7, what did Polgar see here?
Oct-06-04  Orbitkind: I wonder if 8.♕f4 worked. It isn't a standard move in centre game, which would be 8.♕g3. I wonder what her idea was, (does anyone know?)
Jan-17-05  alexandrovm: why she didn't took "en passant" on move 24, instead of f4.
Jan-17-05
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  tpstar: After 23. h6 the en passant rule is no longer in effect, thus 23 ... g5 and White cannot legally capture. Nice try by Polgar, but just not enough for the piece here.
Jan-18-05  alexandrovm: thanks for the point <tpstar>

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