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Joaquin Carlos Diaz vs Attila Groszpeter
Cienfuegos (1980)
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Amsterdam Variation (B93)  ·  0-1



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Aug-15-07  Manic: With all major pieces under attack at move 21, what does black play? 21...Nxe4!!. White quickened his death by duelly taking the bait with 22.Nxd8?, which allows mate in 2, but no matter what he plays he is lost anyhow.
Apr-08-17  clement41: I enjoy 17...Rc8. Simple, develops the rooks, puts pressure of the weakened c3 knight (due to b4), thus weakens e4. And white helps black by moving the g and f pawns, ignoring the Bb7! That's how he lost
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