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Alexander Morozevich vs Boris Avrukh
Turin Olympiad (2006), Turin ITA, rd 13, Jun-04
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Neo-Modern Variation Early deviations (B62)  ·  0-1



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Aug-08-06  Chess Lou Zer: Why not take the h-pawn with 17. Qxh6?
Aug-08-06  Albertan: Hi Chess Lou Zer :) Taking the pawn on h6 leads to nothing after:

17.Qxh6 Qa5 18. Rd3 Qb4 19. Nd1 Rg6 20.Qh8 Rh6 21. Qg8 Rg6 22. a3 Qb6 23. Qh7 Rh6 24. Qg8 Rg6 =

Aug-09-06  Chess Lou Zer: Wow! Albertan. Is that your own analysis or did you use a computer?
Aug-09-06  Albertan: Chess Lou Zer I used chess programs for that analysis:Hiarcs 8 and Fritz 8

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