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Alexander Morozevich vs Kiril Georgiev
Sarajevo (2000), Sarajevo BIH, rd 8, May-25
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack Modern Line (B76)  ·  1-0



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Jul-28-08  randzo: 12.e5 is better i think
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  plang: In the draw Almasi-Georgiev Cacak 1996 (not in this database) Black played 14..Qf4+; 14..Nxc3 was new. 18 h4..c4 would have been inclear. 19..Qd6?! was an inaccuracy; Morozovich recommended 19..Rfd8 20 h5..g5 (or 20..v4 21 hxg..hxg 22 Re4..Qb6 23 Be2..f6 24 Qg3 with a White initiative) 21 h6..c4 22 Be4..Qb6 23 g4 with a small edge for White. 26..Rf8? 27 fxg lost quickly as 27..fxg 28 Qe3!..Qxh6 29 c3 and the rook is trapped. 30..Rd7 31 g4..e3 would have held on a bit longer.
May-27-15  MagnusVerMagnus: Moro plays it perfectly, players can learn so much studying his games.

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