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Diego Flores vs Eugenio Torre
Baku Olympiad (2016), Baku AZE, rd 9, Sep-11
Slav Defense: Czech Variation. Classical System (D18)  ·  0-1

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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-11-16  Virgil A: Derecho! James! Derecho!
Sep-11-16  Virgil A: With this phenomenal performance of 8 pts after 9 rounds, GM Torre has just punched in his spot to Batumi Olympiad 2018!
Sep-11-16  Virgil A: From a patzer's point of view, 16...c5 can be unnerving for White. Black gives up a pawn to activate its Qside. And at least equalize.
Sep-11-16  Virgil A: Ride the wave. Play on! GM Torre is on a nice rhythm. Ride the wave.
Sep-11-16  kamagong24: halimaw!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep-12-16  Moszkowski012273: Missed a mate in six on move ...37 but well played!!!
Sep-24-16  Virgil A: GM Torre had a minute left to make 3 moves and reach regulation. And with Black's Q and R on the 7th rank, one has to be very careful. He must have been thinking defense! Defuse Black's attack. As such 37...Rac8. But immediately after 40 moves GM Torre poised his Q to make 42.Qh4+

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