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Jeremy Silman vs John Fedorowicz
Lone Pine (1976), Lone Pine, CA USA, rd 5, Mar-11
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack (B77)  ·  1-0


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Dec-29-05  MoranCho: Somebody's from New Jersey...
Jul-12-07  arunjangity: hmm, just read an article on amazon that said 34...a4 would have won for black. example: ...a4 35. Kd4 a3 36. Rxc3 bxc3 37. Kxc3 Kf7 and while white is forced to grab the a-pawn, black happily gobbles up white's kingside pawns. both sides queen but black eventually ends up two pawns up.
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  michael104: Can you tell us where that article is? It looks to me as though, after 34...a4, 35.Rxd6 is pretty strong, but I could be missing something.
Sep-27-12  The17thPawn: This looks to be the game that Silman discussed in "Reassess Your Chess" where he purportedly analyzed the middle and engame positions with Tigran Petrosian after the contest had ended.
Jan-04-15  GoldenBird: John must've forgot to look at the imbalances and make his pawn structure favor his minor pieces! (JOKE)
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Round 5 (Thursday, March 11)
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