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Pavel Blatny vs Hikaru Nakamura It (2001), New York USA, rd 9, Oct-15
Indian Game: General (A45)  ·  1-0


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  azaris: Predictable madness ensues whenever Blatny plays. In the end Nakamura overestimates his chances with 27...Qe3+? and gets quickly mated.
Jul-07-05  controlaltdelete: <> annotation: Qh8#
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  mynameisrandy: <controlaltdelete> Underneath the Kibitz box, there is a hyperlink that says "suggest your correction". That is the preferred method for users to report errors.
Jul-18-05  controlaltdelete: Thanks Randy, sorry I'm new so I didn't know.
Aug-02-09  notyetagm: Wow, Nakamura sure has come a long way in the past 8 years.
Nov-25-17  fispok: Blatny seemed horribly flexible in the opening, almost like an octopus with play on both wings and then launching into an exchange sac as soon as the h file was cleared.
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