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Wesley So vs Susanto Megaranto
9th Asian Continental (2010), Olongapo City PHI, rd 5, Apr-25
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Modern Main Line (C89)  ·  1-0



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Jun-04-10  iking: Susanto Megaranto's knight sac is adventurous, he almost made it. What a tenacious defensive warrior Wesley is . . . .
Jun-05-10  Gilmoy: It must be terrifying to stare down that attack OTB as White. <28..Qxg3+ 29.Kh1> is like the innkeeper and his wife waiting for Napoleon to say "Stop! Now you know how I felt!!"
Jun-05-10  Starf1re: A very uncomfortable position for white even if he wasn't in real danger. Actually after the sac the position is almost even but black missed the strongest continuation 20bh3. After his rook move the eval becomes favorable for white.
Sep-04-12  Marmot PFL: 17...f5 looks to me like a better plan as in Ivanchuk vs Leko, 2011

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