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Jonathan Speelman vs Koneru Humpy
British Chess Championships (2002), Torquay ENG, rd 9, Aug-07
Reti Opening: Advance Variation (A09)  ·  1-0
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Oct-01-04  crepo: 17 Nbxd4!! Nice sacrfice good one Speelman!
Oct-01-04  Andrew Chapman: If 24...Bxe4 then 25.Rxh5 wins.
Feb-13-05  Albertan: Speelman missed a pretty way of finishing the game: 23.Re8! Raxa8 24.Bxf6 winning.
Feb-13-05
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  tpstar: 23. Re8!? Qe6 24. Rxe6 fxe6 25. Be4 Kf7 and Black lives. Well coordinated attack by Speelman.
Feb-13-05  GBKnight: After 23 Re8 Qe6 loses to 24 Qxf8+
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  tpstar: Yikes! Totally missed it. Good pick-up, and <Albertan> was right on with a sparkling finish. Thanx.
Apr-20-10  Everett: After <20..f6>, is the best move <21.a3 Nxd3 22.Bd5+ Rh7 23.g4> ?
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