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Nigel Short vs Ljubomir Ljubojevic
2nd Euwe Memorial (1988), Amsterdam NED, rd 4, Mar-14
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Neo-Modern Variation Early deviations (B62)  ·  1-0
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Jul-04-03  ksadler: This is a brilliant attacking game by Short. I don't know how long it's going to be there, but on http://www.chess.fm there is a flash version of this game annotated at http://www.chess.fm/diesen/061903-d...
Jul-04-03  Larsker: Diesen rocks. I saw the latest program with Alekhine-Capablanca, Karpov and Petrosian. Highly recommendable.
Jul-04-03  ksadler: I agree...I really enjoyed his analysis of the games and thus why I spammed here with the link...
Jul-04-03
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  chessgames.com: Ksadler, you're not spamming, you're sharing valuable information. http://www.chess.fm/ is great; it's our second favorite chess-site. ;-)

I wonder, however, if these links you provide will continue to work in the future, or if they take old presentations offline. Time will tell.

Jul-05-03  ksadler: <Will they take old presentations offline> I'm not sure, but I assume so. I heard there this morning while listening that they don't have an archive of the live games yet, but they may for the presentations. I guess we'll find out soon.
Apr-01-05  mack: A game everyone should know.
Apr-01-05  fgh: Nice game. I will take a deeper look at it later.
Nov-12-05
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  Benzol: A great game by Short. I'm doing some research in to what to play as Black against 1.e4. It's a good thing I don't play the Sicilian, this game is chilling from Black's point of view.
May-16-06  notyetagm: After 28 ♕xg5 it is time for Black to resign:


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