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Suat Atalik vs Emanuel Berg
Sigeman & Co (2006), Malmo SWE, rd 7, May-04
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Check Variation Intermezzo Line (E15)  ·  0-1



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Feb-08-07  ajile: White goes astray and plays the weak moves 17 e3 and 18.f4. This allows Black to attack first on the K-side and takes away White's natural counterplay which would proceed after the more normal f3 and e4 strategy. After Black plays f5 into a Stonewall all White should be thinking about is forcing e4 as soon as possible. The exchanges of pawns after this favors White generally and exposes Black's weaknesses on the light squares and c4-g8 diagonal.
May-31-07  prinsallan: Nice finish by berg here. Lets see if I've got it right... 56. Kd2 is met by Bc4+ = wins the queen or mates. -----
56. Qe2 Qxc6 = A minor up and soon Queening.
56. Kd3 Qd4+
57. Kd2 Bc4+
58. Kd1 Qf1#

Nice game from the top Swede.

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