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Jan Adamski vs Anders Backlund
Politiken Cup 21st (1999), Copenhagen, rd 7, Jul-04
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  1-0

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Jan-12-06
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  DiceToThat: 25. Qxe7 is a great move. Black would be very hard pressed to stop both of white's forward pawns from queening.
Nov-11-07  sallom89: wow... how can such a creative player not be a grand master , even if he was not playing too strong players but still he has well played games.

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