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Aleksandr Volodin vs Normunds Miezis
Paul Keres Memorial (2011), Tallinn EST, rd 6, Jan-09
Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  0-1



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Jan-18-11  tonsillolith: Reminds one of Petrosian vs Pachman, 1961
Jan-26-11  ReikiMaster: 19.Bxb7 looks ok. 21...Qxe6 looks good. 22.Kg2 looks ok. 23.f5 was last chance.
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  HeMateMe: I hate seeing this opening, as white, when I play on the internet. A lot of combinative things to worry about in blitz chess. Rapid chess, too!
Feb-13-11  Twocolors: Actually, 22.Kg2 is the losing move. The only way to survive the Q+R attack was 22.f5 Re4 23.Qd5 and now either 23..Rf8 or 23..c6 and black retains a small advantage.
Mar-27-11  ReikiMaster: <Twocolors> seems not to have the same game. I see 22.f5 Qxh2#.
Jul-22-11  luffyzanderssen: maybe twocolors meant 23. f5

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