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Radoslaw Wojtaszek vs Evgeny Sharapov
Rubinstein Open (2001), Polanica Zdroj POL, rd 5, Aug-20
Benko Gambit: Accepted. Dlugy Variation (A57)  ·  1-0


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Oct-08-05  Poisonpawns: Awsome game by the Polish Gm.Note the final position,Blacks akward looking pieces and whites control of the center with pieces.
Mar-29-06  ChessPieceFace: 22.Rxg7!

i would be wary when a 2200+ GM offers material like that. although i guess a 2400+ GM knows what to do with it. not this time!

Sep-18-06  Whitehat1963: Black is hurting, of course, but what happens after 28...Qg2?
Sep-18-06  technical draw: 29.QxR check, mate next.
Sep-18-06  Whitehat1963: Yeah, that's blindness for you!
Oct-30-10  sevenseaman: The Poles come with such elaborately spelled names but make up with some lucid chess.
Sep-14-11  kia0708: <sevenseaman> well said !
Dec-06-12  shakman: Another game... Lautier vs Smirin, 1996
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