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Robert Bator vs Peter Svidler
Copenhagen op (1991), Copenhagen DEN, rd 10
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  0-1
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Apr-16-10
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  tpstar: Svidler has 8 database games playing the Budapest Defense = Repertoire Explorer: Peter Svidler (black)

Interesting complications regarding the Bh7 & Nf7. The final combination exploits White's weak back rank to win.

Apr-17-10  Jamboree: tpstar:
"Interesting complications regarding the Bh7 & Nf7."

Mostly it just looks to me like White sac'ed a piece starting on move 17 with no real hope for a lasting attack out of it; if anything, after the sac is over it is Black who has the better attack. I'd give White's 17th and 21st moves both question marks as dubious at best.

After 24. ... Nf5 it's over: Black is a piece up and has innumerable White weaknesses to attack, with very little to worry about in terms of counter-attack. The final combination ends it quickly, but Black was cruising to victory anyway.

Apr-17-10  Jamboree: I just hope White's rating wasn't over 2200, because then we'd have to call him...Master Bator.
Apr-17-10  ppeti84: He's highest rating was actually 2430, so we must call him Master Bator.:D by the way, bator means brave in hungary.
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