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Tahir Vakhidov vs Rustam Kasimdzhanov
"T.V. Dinner" (game of the day Dec-22-2016)
UZB-ch (1993), Tashkent UZB, rd 1
King's Indian Attack: Yugoslav Variation (A07)  ·  1-0



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Dec-22-16  Knight13: Eating a king for dinner?
Dec-22-16  AlicesKnight: A certain amount of help-mate, with 29.... g5 and 33 ....Rxe5. Black's QB was wretched and helped White's Ps to advance K-side while Black's Q-side remained stalled..
Dec-22-16  morfishine: Pathetic game not worthy of "GOTD"

but thats par for the course


Dec-22-16  JohnBoy: Kasim was playing in the Uzbek championship at 13. Damn.
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  eternaloptimist: Actually Vakhidov could've played 20.♙f5 & ♙g4 soon afterwards to trap Kasim's ♗/force him to sac his ♘ for the g♙ to preserve the ♗. Regardless Vakhidov made a TV dinner out of Kasim by taking advantage of his blunders that <AlicesKnight> pointed out. <JohnBoy> That is impressive indeed that he qualified to play in it at such a young age! Occasionally a player that young qualifies to play in a country's nat'l championship but not that often.
Dec-22-16  Robyn Hode: After f5 it looked like a Leningrad Bird.
Dec-22-16  pmukerji: Why didn't white play 17. e5?
Dec-22-16  thegoodanarchist: TV Dinners??

I like the enchiladas.

And the Teriyaki too.

I even like the Chicken! (If the sauce is not too blue).

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