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Alexander Morozevich vs Alexander Onischuk
PCA Qualifier g/25 Moscow RUS (1996), 03
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Suhle Defense (C59)  ·  1-0
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Apr-04-06  TylerD: Beautiful game involving a thought-to-be-extinct-opening, exciting tactics and a quick endgame kill...
Jul-03-12  ventricule: 21. ... Bb8 is a very nice backwards attacking move. Too bad it wasn't enough. I guess you don't outattack Moro that easily
Jul-03-12  dhotts: Why didn't Moro simply go 22.fxg5? How does Black get compensation?
Jul-03-12  uscfratingmybyear: dhotts:22fxg5 is answered by 22...Qc7 threatening mate and the pins, control of the e file, and attack on the dark diagonal will do it.
Jul-03-12  Octal: i.e. 22 fxg5 Qc7 23 Kg1 Qh2+ 24 Kf2 Qg3+ 25 Kg1 Bxd3 26 cxd3 Rxd3 27 Qc2 Qh2+ 28 Kf2 Bg3#
Jul-03-12  Octal: or if 22 fxg5 Qc7 23 Rf4 hxg5
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