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Teimour Radjabov vs Judit Polgar
Hotel Bali Stars (2003) (rapid), Benidorm ESP, rd 11, Nov-29
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0



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Dec-04-03  Whitehat1963: A festival of captures and counter-captures!
Mar-05-04  Taidanii: 21...h4? Honestly, Judit...:(
Apr-12-04  notyetagm: The rule that you should not start a tactical slugfest with Judit Polgar obviously does not apply to Teimour.
May-17-04  sergeidave: I'm just curious (I'm not that deep thinker either)... What would've been wrong if Judith had played 16...Qxg2 instead of 16...Qg3+ (which she did)? I mean, my suggested move probably forces a Queens exchange, but black would end up with an extra pawn, wouldn't it? Any thoughts?
May-17-04  acirce: <sergeidave> It also opens the g-file for White. It also seems as if he would have got the pawn back quickly, due to the bad position of the h4 knight, after 17. Qxg2 Nxg2+ 18. Kf2 Nh4 19. Rag1 Kf8 20. f4 e4 21. Ng5.
May-17-04  sergeidave: And regarding 21...h4? <Taidani> I second that, what would've been the best move instead?
Feb-18-05  aw1988: O-O I guess, although I would much rather be Radjabov.
Apr-21-05  iron maiden: This tournament was rapid, wasn't it?
Jun-20-05  lopium: I don't know.
Jun-20-05  mymt: maybe 21. ...g2 23.Rg1 b6 24.Rxg2 0-0 25.Ke2 Bf5.Anyone know if this games been annotated anywhere eg what # informator?
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  WannaBe: <iron maiden> Yes.
Jun-21-05  mymt: Great thanks <WannaBe> [I still havent work out how to use these search engines properly ]
Aug-15-05  admeyer: 18 Nxf4 & then 22 Nxg3 in a rapid game shows why this kid is the real deal. I think this around the same time that he beat Kasparov 1.5 to 0.5 in Linares. It was only towards the end of Kasparov's career that Judit finally got a win off of him.
Oct-09-06  Ishaan: Radjabov thrives on Tactical play...just let him enhance his opening knowledge and with some maturity, I suppose he is going to be one great attacker of all times!

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