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John Nunn vs Yasser Seirawan
Skelleftea World Cup (1989), Skelleftea SWE, rd 1, Aug-??
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Dragon Formation (B09)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-30-17  clement41: Nice fighting draw
Dec-26-17  Howard: Seirawan claimed in Inside Chess that 15.Qe6 was a big mistake, which gave Black a won position.

But, I don't see the "win".

Dec-26-17
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  WorstPlayerEver: In those days Seirawan could write what he wanted. SF8 also gives 15. Qe6
Dec-28-17  Howard: SF8 means what ?!@
Dec-28-17
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  AylerKupp: <Howard> SF8 = Stockfish 8. I wish that WorstPlayerEver had indicated SF8's evaluation after 15.Qe6, as well as the search depth.
Dec-28-17
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  WorstPlayerEver: 19 ply 15 seconds. 15. Qe6 Qc8 16. Qxd5
Dec-29-17  Howard: So, did Yaz exaggerate when he said he had a won position at one point?
Dec-29-17
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  WorstPlayerEver: Well, there aren't many moves in this position:


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Black threatens Qc8/Nd8/e6 and is a pawn up with a strong center. Qe6 is the only move to get the pawn back afaics.

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