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Viktor Antonovich Bologan vs Ashot Sergeyevich Nadanian
Aeroflot Open (2002), Moscow RUS, rd 2, Feb-05
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen-Basman Defense (B40)  ·  0-1


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Jun-11-06  Whitehat1963: OOOPS!!
Jun-12-06  borisbadenoff: <Whitehat1963: OOOPS!!> I'm always amazed of the quality of your posts
Jun-12-06  Whitehat1963: As am I at the quality of your one 1-game game collection. Most impressive!
Jun-12-06  borisbadenoff: < Whitehat1963: As am I at the quality of your one 1-game game collection. Most impressive!> A yeah completely forgot about that.
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  Gejewe: Strange that there are no more postings on this player. Just look at this game, it is exciting ! This is the player who surprises the chessworld with new ideas such as 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.cxd5 Nxd5 5.Na4!? or more recently 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 h6!?.
Feb-21-07  BadTemper: what was wrong with 25.. nf2+ winning the exchange?
Oct-09-07  syracrophy: <BadTemper: what was wrong with 25.. nf2+ winning the exchange?> The move played 25...♘xf4 is stronger than just winning the exchange. The move played had the idea of taking advantage of the jail of the queen on h7 and it had a lot of attacking ideas in mind. "If you see a strong move...Stop! And try to find a stronger one" is a quote of Lasker
Oct-09-07  sanyas: White's attack looks like it should have been sound.
Oct-09-07  hovik2003: Really OOPS!
Who is this Nadanian , he looks like don't have no nerves at all. He conducted himself like a chess machine under great pressure.
Oct-12-07  sanyas: Seriously, what on earth went wrong with White's attack? Black is winning after 24...Kf6.
Oct-12-07  hovik2003: White's attack atleast should have been enough to keep the balance. 21.f4 was a bad move, h4 is much better.
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  whiteshark: <borisbadenoff> progress is a bit different -->
Game Collection: borisbadenoff's well-played g4 opening games 0 games
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  whiteshark: Noteworthy that in both games in the database White declined to win the exchange with <12.Bxf8>.
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