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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Peter Heine Nielsen
European Team Championship (2007), Heraklion GRE, rd 3, Oct-30
Queen's Gambit Declined: Vienna. Quiet Variation (D44)  ·  1-0



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Oct-31-07  ounos: Sweet!
Oct-31-07  luzhin: Very sweet. If 32...Kg7 then 33.Nh5+ finishes it.
Oct-31-07  computer chess guy: What if Black had played 32 .. ♔e7 rather than ..♗d5? Then it is not so easy to continue the attack. Engines in fact expect a draw after 32 .. ♔e7 33. ♖e3+ ♘e4 34. ♘d3 ♔d8 35. ♕h8+ ♔c7 36. ♕g7+ ♔b6 ...
Oct-31-07  piteira8: [computer chess guy: What if Black had played 32 .. e7 rather than ..d5? Then it is not so easy to continue the attack. Engines in fact expect a draw after 32 .. e7 33. e3+ e4 34. d3 d8 35. h8+ c7 36. g7+ b6.]

If 32. ... Ke7, 33. Qe1+, then Qxd2. Then black's king is in the center, black is down two pawns, and the end, for black, probably is very near.

Nov-03-07  ahmadov: 30.Rxe6 Nice sacrifice... This is what makes chess more and more beautiful, isn't it?
Nov-04-07  luzhin: piteira8: after your 33.Qe1+ then 33...Ne4 protects the R on d2.

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