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Judit Polgar vs Bojan Kurajica
Superstars Hotel Bali (2002), Benidorm ESP, rd 1, Nov-29
Scandinavian Defense: Bronstein Variation (B01)  ·  0-1
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May-07-03  brazos: This is an excellent example of the Qd6 line giving black good play....
May-07-03  BrandonIke: wouldn't work against kasparov, but it has a surprise factor
Feb-19-04
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  nasmichael: A game that keeps both bishops on the board on both sides, and pits ♖ + 2♗ against ♖ + 2♗ up until move 32. I like the forcefulness of Black's decisions.
Nov-13-05  SneechLatke: 34.Re1?? Unfortunate mistake by Polgar, since after 34...ef3! black wins a clear pawn with a better position. Had she played 34. Be4, the resulting position would probably be equal.
Nov-15-11  Rosbach: Indeed Re1 is unfortunate. Better would be 34. Bxe4 or fxe4.
Nov-15-11  vajeer: 29. h4 Bh6
30. h5
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