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Konstantin Sakaev vs Vladislav Borovikov
European Club Cup (2002), Halkidiki GRE, rd 5, Sep-26
Semi-Slav Defense: Anti-Moscow Gambit (D44)  ·  1-0

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Dec-30-19
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  plang: In Kramnik's win over Akopian at Dortmund 2000 White played 15 Rad1; 15 Bg3 was new and was voted 2nd best opening innovation in Informant 85. 15..b4?! has not been repeated; Black has had fairly good resulte with 15..Qxd4. 18..Nh7 19 Rfd1..Qe4 20 Qxe4..Bxe4 21 Nc5 would have been a better line for Black but at this point White was already in control; instead after 18..Qe4? Black lost material while White retained his initiative.

In the ultra sharp Anti-Moscow Gambit (6 Bh4) the slightest inaccuracy can be immediately decisive.

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