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Peter Heine Nielsen vs Kiril Georgiev
Istanbul Olympiad (2000), Istanbul TUR, rd 14, Nov-12
Semi-Slav Defense: Anti-Moscow Gambit (D44)  ·  1-0

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May-01-06  MrSpock: A very hot line ist: 17. .. dxc3 18. Ff7+ Kg7 19. Qd4+ Nf6! (taking a knight, giving a knight) 20. Qxc3 (Qxd8? Fc5+) Fc5+ 21. Ff2 with an unclear game.
May-01-06  Shajmaty: <MrSpock: 20...Bc5+; 21. Bf2 with an unclear game> i disagree because of 21... Kxf7; 22. Bxc5, Nbd7; 23. Rad1! White looks better with both Bd4 (provided by Nielsen after the game) and Rad1! (by computers).
May-01-06  MrSpock: Black should play 21. .. Bb4 or Qd6.
May-02-06  Shajmaty: <MrSpock: Black should play 21. .. Bb4 or Qd6> 21...Bb4; 22. Qxb4!, Kxf7; 23. Rad1, Qe8; 24. gxf6, Bc8; 25. Qd6! and I prefer White. 21... Qd6 is followed by 22. Bxc4!!
May-03-06  MrSpock: I think:
21. .. Qd6 22. Bxc4 bxc 23. Qxf6 Qxf6 24. gxf6 Kxf6 25. Bxc5+ Ke6 and black has good chances.
May-06-06  Shajmaty: <MrSpock: I think: 21... Qd6 22. Bxc4 bxc 23. Qxf6 Qxf6 24. gxf6 Kxf6 25. Bxc5+ Ke6 and black has good chances> 26. Rad1! Na6; 27. Rd6+, Ke5; 28. Ba3 and I believe Black King's position compensates the piece White is down. For instance 28... c5; 29. Rff6 or 28... Rh7; 29. Rf5+, Kxe4; 30. g4. Interesting variation, indeed!

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