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Freeman vs Edmar Mednis
New York (1955), New York, NY USA
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Karlsbad Variation (E62)  ·  0-1

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Jun-29-10  Sem: 19. ... Rxa2!? What am I overlooking?
Jun-29-10  Garech: If 20. Rxa2 b3! with a big advantage to black. (Qxb3? Nxd2+) Anything else and black has won a pawn with a stronger position to boot.
Jun-29-10  Sem: <Garech> Thanks for putting my mind at rest. I did look at b3, but didn't see Nxd2+, of course.

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