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Rejean Tremblay vs Gordon Taylor
20eme anniversaire d'AEM (Kingston) (2005), ?, Sep-10
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation San Remo Variation (E37)  ·  1-0

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Nov-03-05  Reggie T: I was very proud of this win. It's not every day that you sacrifice boths rooks against an opponent near of 300 more rating points!

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Nov-03-05
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  tpstar: <Reggie T> Hello! Welcome to the group! That's a brilliant win with an exciting conclusion. If you click on your name up top in blue, that takes you to your page with 2 more games. If you have other games as a master or against masters, you could always upload them into this database for later. See you around.
Dec-18-15
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  Richard Taylor: Good win with the classic sac of the rook but 16. ... Re8 isn't the best. But this is certainly a fighting position that I first saw in the Vidmar-Alekhine game. And earlier Rueben Fine won as Black. It is a fighting line for both players.
Dec-18-15
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  Richard Taylor: I should agree though, it is great to sac and win such a game!

Strangely the best move seems to be 16. ... Rb8 as then I suppose the R on c8 can get to e6 etc

According to my version of Komodo it is better for Black but still it is hard to play of course.

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