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Yury Shulman vs Tomas Oral
Ostrava Cup (1998), rd 6
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Modern Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
May-10-09
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  plang: 14 Re1 was new; 14 Bxe7 had been played previously. Shulman's 19 Bc4! and 20 Nxf7! initiated a very sharp attack. Shulman gave 20..Bxd1 21 Nd8+..Re6 22 Rxe6..Kh8 23 Re8+..Bf8 24 Nf7+..Kg7 25 Bxf8+..Kf6 26 Re6+..Kf5 27 Bh6..Qxd4 28 Nd6+..Kg4 29 Re4+ as winning for White. If 22..Bxf2+ 23 Qxf2..Qxc4 24 Nh6+..Kg7 25 Bb2..Kh6 26 Qh4+..Bh5 27 Qxc4 and wins. Voted the 4th best game in Informant 72.

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