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Fiodor Kuznetsov vs Anna Kohut
Rubinstein Open (2001), Polanica Zdroj POL, rd 4, Aug-19
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. Barmen Defense Modern Line (B22)  ·  1-0
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Aug-20-04  Peter Trujillo: after10...Qxd1+ 11.Kxd1,Bxf6
12.Bxb7! white wins the exchange
May-27-05  chesswonders: What about 10. ... ♕b5? Probabaly a premature resignation!
Dec-28-05  GaryK51188: 11. BxB...white is still up a piece.
Mar-20-06  McCool: 10. ..♕xd1+
11. ♗xd1 ♗xf6.
Am I missing something here? Why didn't he play this line?
Jul-17-17  machomortensen: @ McCool - Anna is a woman and she didn't play Dxd1+ because of 11.Kxd1 (Of course not 11.Lxd1?) Lxf6 12.Lxb7.
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