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Nicolai Vesterbaek Pedersen vs Simon Kim Williams
Nordre Efteraar (1998), Aarhus, rd 3
Dutch Defense: Classical. Buenos Aires Variation (A96)  ·  0-1



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Feb-03-11  Gawk: This is a beautiful game of chess. How could it have gone so long uncommented on?

Simon Williams is a very talented young grandmaster and probably the world's best Classical Dutch player. It's instructive how he sacrifices his way through the enemy barricades. I haven't checked this game with a chess engine yet, but I know that the complications are too much for us mere mortals to work out over the board!

Jul-10-17  Lost Rook: I agree Gawk, this is really a beautiful game. I am going over all his Dutch games and I am going to start playing it myself.
Oct-16-21  notVaiN: Yall better make this game well-known one day
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  moronovich: Great game and a very interesting sacrifice of pawn e4.

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