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Veselin Topalov vs Michael Adams
Dortmund Sparkassen (1996), Dortmund GER, rd 5, Jul-10
Wade Defense: General (A41)  ·  0-1
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Aug-20-05  Schwartz: Very cool game by Adams. I was reading a book that showed this game and decided to point it out to you all.
Aug-20-05  SEMENELIN: turning point of this game:
move 23. f4 Qc8. Why not 24. fxe5
Aug-20-05  Raskolnikov: If 24.f:e5 then 24...Qh3 with doubleattack ♗e3 and threating Qg2.
Dec-10-11  Everett: Anybody have a two N vs two B compilation?
May-05-12  Everett: 23..Qc8 is really a slick move, hilighting the complex of weak squares around the Topalov's K.
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