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Sanan Sjugirov vs Tigran L Petrosian
Aeroflot Open (2016), Moscow RUS, rd 4, Mar-04
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack Modern Line (B76)  ·  1-0

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Mar-05-16  Andrew Chapman: I was surprised by 22..Bf5. Was the threat Rh7?
Mar-07-16
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  MKD: Why not 25...Bf6
Mar-07-16  Nerwal: <Why not 25...Bf6>

25... ♗xf6 26. ♖h7 ♗g7 27. ♖d5.

Mar-07-16  PJs Studio: 22...Bf7 LOOKED ok to me, but I'm sure he had something in mind. Capturing the b4 pawn looked bad, but it's hard to imagine Tigran overlooked Rd7! Possible time trouble...?
Mar-07-16  Shams: <PJs Studio> 22...Bf7? 23.Rh8+! wins on the spot.
Mar-18-16  PJs Studio: There ya have it! I couldn't see it at first. My engine did.
Apr-13-16
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  MKD: @Nerwal

Now that you explain,it looks so obvious. Thanks a lot.

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