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Michal Vladimirovich Krasenkow vs Predrag Nikolic
Bled Olympiad (2002), Bled SLO, rd 5, Oct-30
Slav Defense: Winawer Countergambit (D10)  ·  0-1


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  refutor: you don't normally see a miniature between two strong (2650+) grandmasters like this...of course there's no way for Krasenkov to avoid losing a piece in the final position
Nov-05-02  Danilomagalhaes: Anand and Karpov played a nice game like this:(But it was very different, there are some equal characteristics...) 1. e2-e4 e7-e5 2. Ng1-f3 Ng8-f6 3. Nf3xe5 d7-d6 4. Ne5-f3 Nf6xe4 5. d2-d4 d6-d5 6. Bf1-d3 Nb8-c6 7. O-O Bf8-e7 8. Rf1-e1 Ne4-d6 9. Bc1-f4 O-O 10. c2-c3 g7-g6 11. Nb1-a3 a7-a6 12. Na3-c2 Be7-f6 13. Nc2-e3 Nc6-e7 14. Qd1-b3 c7-c6 15. h2-h3 Bf6-g7 16. Re1-e2 h7-h6 17. Ra1-e1 Bc8-e6 18. Qb3-b4 Ne7-c8 19. Ne3-g4 a6-a5 20. Qb4-b3 a5-a4 21. Qb3-b4 g6-g5 22. Bf4-h2 Rf8-e8 23. b2-b3 a4xb3 24. Qb4xb3 b7-b5 25. Ng4-e5 Ra8-a6 26. Qb3-c2 Nc8-e7 27. Nf3-d2 Nd6-c4 28. Nd2-b3 Ra6-a7 29. Nb3-c5 Be6-c8 30. Ne5xc6 1-0
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  Sneaky: The Winawer countergambit strikes again!

Word to the wise: if the gambit has a refutation it's in the 6.Nd2 line, not the 6.Bd2 line! (Just my opinion.)

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