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Gildas Goldsztejn vs Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
4rd NAO GM (2004), Paris, rd 5
Dutch Defense: Queen's Knight Variation (A85)  ·  0-1

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Sep-07-05  THE pawn: What an awsome game by Maxime:13.Nxd5!! is beautiful.Bh6+! is great too.
Jul-17-08  computer chess guy: 16. ♕d2 lets Black open the e file (better was 16. d5).
Oct-27-09  Maatalkko: I agree 16. d5 had to have been correct. Black has excellent compensation after 16. Qd2. After 16. d5 would it have been enough? I don't think so.
Nov-03-10  Tigranny: Vachier-Lagrave must be underrated because he isn't a World Champion. But he has so much brilliant play when sacrificing his queen.

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