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Sergey Zagrebelny vs Alexander Morozevich
Aeroflot Open (2003), Moscow RUS, rd 6, Feb-16
French Defense: Tarrasch. Morozevich Variation (C03)  ·  0-1


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  notyetagm: Moro is the man.
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  notyetagm: <notyetagm: Moro is the man.>

Wow, this must have been one of my very first kibitzes.

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  notyetagm: Black to play: 33 ... ?

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33 ... ♖b6-b4! <skewer> 0-1

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33 ... ♖b6-b4! <SKEWERS> the White d4-queen against the <LOOSE> White f4-bishop.

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  whiteshark: <Wow, this must have been one of my very first kibitzes.> Why didn't you mention it before? :D
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  whiteshark: I don't like <17.c4>.
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  whiteshark: <18.Qh3!> is a move Kurt Richter* played in similar positions vs the French.

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* Kurt Paul Otto Joseph Richter

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