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Wisuwat Teerapabpaisit vs Al Rakib Mollah Abdullah
Dresden Olympiad (2008), Dresden GER, rd 11, Nov-25
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Suhle Defense (C59)  ·  0-1

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Kibitzer's Corner
May-16-09
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  sisyphus: A melee characteristic of the Two Knights.

You wonder if Bangladeshi GM Rakib intended to sacrifice a piece with 24...Ng5, when ...f5 is the only move which doesn't lose material.

Instead of 33.Rh1, FM Teerapabpaisit could have given bach an Exchange and kept a winning advantage. And 34.g3 and 35.Rg1 are blunders which lose quickly.

Mar-05-17
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  tpstar: After 20 ... Nc6:


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Black has nice compensation for the gambit Pawn.

37. Bd2 is forced (37. Qb3? Qd1+ 38. Qxd1 Rxd1#; 37. Kf1? Qd1+! 38. Nxd1 Rxd1#), then 37 ... Qxd2+ regains the piece for an easy win.

Aug-23-21  Saniyat24: The two black rooks in the center helps black to control the game...!

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