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Josif Israel Zilber vs Alexey Suetin
Leningrad (1957), 18
English Opening: Great Snake Variation (A10)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-21-06  nfazli: if 18.gxh3..Nf5
if 18.Bd4..Qxg2+
19.Ke8..f6
20.Qxf6..Qxe2+
21.Kxe2..Nd5+

Jun-25-09  ungeneral: why did white feel the urge to play 16.Be2 and giving up the rook? Would have been better to play 16. Rg1 first and then Be2?
Jun-25-09  Shams: 16.Rg1 Nf5 17.Be2 Qb2 wins a piece.
Sep-10-10  wordfunph: 17...Bh3!! simply astounding..
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