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Peter Heine Nielsen vs Sergey Karjakin
Hastings (2002/03), Hastings ENG, rd 1, Dec-28
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Linares Variation (D20)  ·  1-0
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Jan-07-03  bishop: The boy wonder is a little too materialistic in this one. The finish would be 20...Ke8 21.Qc7!
Jan-07-03
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  Honza Cervenka: Or 20...Qb6 21.Rb1 :-)
May-25-08  blndrdrnk: why can't black take the d6 pawn on move 18?? What if the knight takes d6??
May-25-08  ounos: I guess 18. ...exd6 19. Be6 Qc7 20. Rb1 threatening Rb8+
May-25-08  blndrdrnk: how about 18...knxe6. 19 Be6 Qc7 20. Rb1 KnB7
May-25-08  DCP23: <bishop: The finish would be 20...Ke8 21.Qc7!>

<Honza Cervenka: Or 20...Qb6 21.Rb1 :-)>

Or 20. ..Ke8 21.d7+ Ke7 22.d8Q+

Oct-05-10
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  Sastre: <how about 18...knxe6. 19 Be6 Qc7 20. Rb1 KnB7> Then 21.Qxa7 and Black is lost.
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