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Mikhail Rytshagov vs Zigurds Lanka
EUR-chT (Men) 10th (1992), Debrecen HUN, rd 3, Nov-23
Sicilian Defense: Velimirovic Attack (B89)  ·  0-1

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Jul-10-06  PaulKeres: This game can be found in "John Nunn - Understanding Chess Move by Move", on his chapter "Don't Panic".
Jan-14-07  ToTheDeath: Beautiful defense and counterattack.
Feb-07-09  addiction to chess: Truly great! By 19.Rh3, I thought black was toast. The only move now is 19...h5 where 20.gxh6 was played. Only then did I realize Black's winning move, 20...Kh7! halting the entire attack! And after a few defensive touches, black was then care-free with his king and went for that powerful attack. And after some brilliant finesses (28...Qc5!), Black had a winning attack and finished the game in a blaze of fire!
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  GrahamClayton: <addiction to chess> "Truly great! By 19.♖h3, I thought black was toast. The only move now is 19...h5 where 20.gxh6 was played. Only then did I realize Black's winning move, 20...♔h7! halting the entire attack!"

<addiction to chess> After 20...♔h7, the White h-pawn is almost like a black pawn, shielding the Black king from an attack along the h-file.

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