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Ivan Cheparinov vs Dmitry Jakovenko
FIDE Jermuk Grand Prix (2009), Jermuk ARM, rd 1, Aug-09
Four Knights Game: Spanish. Symmetrical Variation (C49)  ·  1-0



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Aug-10-09  Grumpi: Can somebody provide analysis on final position?
Aug-10-09  kurtrichards: Good win by Cheparinov considering that Jakovenko is 82 Elo points ahead of him.
Aug-10-09  LimSJ: <Grumpi> imho the final position has White dual attack: white threatens backrank mate along H-file after King goes to f5 between its double pawns; OR f-pawn threatens promotion after Rxf7 with f4-pawn and King blocking the file off black's rook.
Aug-10-09  Knight13: <kurtrichards: Good win by Cheparinov considering that Jakovenko is 82 Elo points ahead of him.> Yes, and the part where White locks up the black rook completely useless is worth mentioning too.
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  An Englishman: Good Afternoon: OK, I'm baffled. I would have played either 29...d2 or 29...dxc2. What did I overlook?
Aug-11-09  Chicago Chess Man: <englishman> don't both those moves lose to simply 30. Qg5+ ?
Aug-11-09  Whack8888: I love it when sharp middlegames lead to endgames with slight advantages.

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