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Aleksey Dreev vs Gyula Sax
European Club Cup (2000), Neum BIH, rd 2, Sep-25
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov-Petrosian Variation. Main Line (E12)  ·  1-0

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Mar-15-16
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  plang: 12..Qe7 and 12..c4 had been played previously; 12..Nc6 was new but doesn't seem to be an improvement. After 15..Qa5? 16 Qc2 Black was already in trouble; better was 15..Re8 but White would have been better after either 16 e3 or 16 c4. 16..Ne7 17 Ng5..g6 18 c4..Rad8 19 Qa2 would have been strong for White. Sax may have overlooked the strong intermediate move 19 Rb1!. The idea was that White could answer 23..Rg8 with 24 Rxb7+..Rxb7 25 Qxg8..Rb1+ 26 Bf1..Qa1 27 Qxg5+..Kd7 28 Qd5+..Kc7 29 Qxf7+..Kb6 30 Kg2..Rxf1 31 Qb3+. Black resigned due to 26 Qxf7+..Re7 27 Qf4+..Ne5 28 Rxb8.

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