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Ernesto Inarkiev vs Ni Hua
Russian Team Championship (2008), Dagomys RUS, rd 11, Apr-13
Slav Defense: General (D10)  ·  0-1

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Apr-13-08  zatara: very nice combination by Ni Hua
Apr-14-08  KarAkter: 12.Lg2 fe5 13.0-0 Ra7(or 13...Rf8) 14.e4!,and black have problems.Instead of 15.Kc2?!... better is 15.Nd5 Nc5 16.dc5 ed5 17.Kc2.On 15...Na6?(Nf6=)again Nd5(cd5,Ld5 of course),and so on.But final combination is very nice,i agree
Apr-16-08  ajile: Black's pawn sac at the beginning is beautiful. Look at the play he gets for 1 pawn.

:o)

May-05-08  notyetagm: <zatara: very nice combination by Ni Hua>

Indeed.

May-31-20
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  juan31: Excelente final, Master Inarkiev, no Es una pera en dulce. Ni mostro ser mejor

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