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Richard Rapport vs Bogdan-Daniel Deac
Superbet Romania (2022), Bucharest ROU, rd 3, May-07
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Reshevsky Variation (E46)  ·  0-1

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May-08-22  actinia: Huh. Rapport got swindled... he had a winning game and ended up losing. Deac has to be happy about that.
May-08-22  cormier: depth=35 | Komodo 2901.00
+0.25 21... Qf8 22. Bb3 c5 23. Rd1 Bg4 24. Rxd8 Rxd8 25. Qe5 Re8 26. Qf4 Bxh5 27. Nxh5 Qe7 28. Bc2 cxb4 29. axb4 Rf8 30. Qe3 Qxb4 31. Qe5 Rf7 32. f3 Qa3+ 33. Kb1 Qb4+ 34. Ka2 Qe7 35. Qxe7 Rxe7 36. Ng3 g6 37. Ne4 Kg7 38. Ka3 b6 39. Bb3 Rc7 40. Kb4 a5+ 41. Ka3
May-09-22  cormier: depth=35 | Komodo 2901.00
+1.58 25. Bb3 Qd6 26. Qxd6 Rxd6 27. Re1 Rdd8 28. Re5 Re8 29. Rg5 Bxh5 30. Rxh5 g6 31. Rc5 Re1+ 32. Kb2 Rf8 33. Rc4 Ra8 34. Re4 Rxe4 35. Nxe4 Rxa5 36. g3 Kg7 37. Nd6 b5 38. Nf7 Ra6 39. Ne5 c5 40. Bd5 b4 41. axb4 cxb4
May-09-22  cormier: depth=39 | Komodo 2901.00
+1.35 24... Rf8 25. Qe7 Rad8 26. Re1 Qd6 27. Qxd6 Rxd6 28. f5 Rd1+ 29. Rxd1 Bxd1 30. Be6 Bxh5 31. Nxh5 Ra8 32. Nf4 Rxa5 33. Kb2 Rb5+ 34. Ka2 Rc5 35. a4 g5 36. fxg6 Rc2+ 37. Kb3 Rf2 38. g3 Rxh2 39. gxh7 Kxh7 40. Bf5+ Kh6 41. g4 b6 42. Ne6 Rh3+ 43. Kb4 Rf3 44. Kc4 b5+ 45. axb5 cxb5+ 46. Kc5 Re3
May-10-22  paavoh: What a lively game from the start! Way above my pay grade...
May-12-22
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  HeMateMe: Fascinating game. The complications are mind boggling.
Jul-16-22  jerseybob: <actinia: Huh. Rapport got swindled... he had a winning game and ended up losing. Deac has to be happy about that.> So at what point did he blow it? Suggestions?
Jul-16-22  stone free or die: <Poor Richard is re-writing the almanac.>

Groan!

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