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Michael Adams vs Andrei Kharlov
RUS Fed Internet Cup Final 5' (2004) (blitz), INT, rd 14, Dec-28
Queen Pawn Game: Levitsky Attack (D00)  ·  1-0



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Aug-16-05  notyetagm: Adams playing the Pseudo-Trompowsky (Queen's Bishop Attack).
Aug-16-05  notyetagm: What a move, 19 ♘e6!, winning a pawn using the <double attack with check> tactic 19 ... fxe6 20 ♕xe6+ and 21 ♕x♗. One defender (the Black f7-pawn) cannot keep out two attackers (the White c4-queen and f4-knight). This little combination is a brilliant example of the fact that <there are always threats against undefended (loose) pieces>.
Apr-21-09  WhiteRook48: 19 Ne6 just wins one pawn

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