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Dmitry Svetushkin vs Peter Acs
Bundesliga (2008/09), Various GER, rd 2, Oct-05
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation. Pin Defense (D12)  ·  0-1



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Nov-08-08  notyetagm: Here is a great example of the <RABID PAWN> tactic.

17 ... ?

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17 ... d4x♘c3!

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May-14-09  ROADDOG: Why did white resign?
Sep-13-09  kingfu: Roaddog. I am here now. Thank you for the reference to this game. Sometimes a player will make an outrageous move just before he resigns. In the Gapopenko game, I think it was Qh2! I volunteer to be a paid intern at chessgames to be to Quality Control Tech!
Apr-22-12  Granny O Doul: <ROADDOG>: Clearly there is a mistake or two in the game score around the last few moves.
Apr-25-12  Orhtej: Maybe white is flag down..becoz if not, the last bishop move by Mr.Acs would be a blunder..that's why Black hve won the game..

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