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Sergey Ionov vs Evgeny Gleizerov
Russian Championship Higher League St Petersburg (2004), St Petersburg RUS, rd 6, May-27
Slav Defense: Modern Line (D11)  ·  1-0

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Jun-16-04  shr0pshire: Ouch! That is going to leave a mark. Nice rook sack. Actually it is just a nice game overall. Very well thought out by Ionov.
Jun-16-04  seoulmama: O' yes, this is a stinging attack, guaranteed to leave a big exit wound.
Apr-26-05  aw1988: Yowzers!
Oct-29-07
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  patzer2: The demolition exchange 12. Nxf7! weakens the Black King position, while the sacrifice of the Rook 15. axb5!! appears to finish the job.
Oct-29-07
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  patzer2: Does White have a win after 19...g6?
Oct-29-07  stukkenjager: Nice game indeed. There is no mate after 19...g6 (that is,I don't see one) but there sure is a win after <20.♗d2!!> 20. ♗d2 ♘d5 21. ♕d7+ ♗g7 22. ♕h3+ ♔g8 23. ♕e6+ ♔h7 24.bxc6 ♖hd8 25. ♕h3+ ♔g8 game over, <score ± 6.62>

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