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Evgenij Agrest vs Simon Kim Williams
Monarch Assurance (2004), Port Erin IOM, rd 4, Sep-28
Dutch Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A84)  ·  0-1

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Aug-30-07  diegoami: Impressive kingside attack by the Black player in a Classical Dutch
Apr-12-12  Bowen Island: 15. ...Rf6 as Black, " you really need three pieces when attacking your opponent's King." GM Williams, Killer Dutch, DVD)
Sep-22-16  RandomWords: Classic GingerGM!
Jul-28-21
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  adelicategenius: This is why GM's usually fianchetto their light-squared Bishop to g2 against the Dutch. Simon's bishop on b7 was a menace in this game.

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