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Milan Turpanov vs Igor Alexandre Nataf
Bratislava WchJM-U16 (1993), rd 8
Alekhine Defense: Four Pawns Attack (B03)  ·  0-1
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Oct-11-04  Dillinger: <Nikolaas> If notable games are decided on the basis of appearance in game collections, and you make a game collection of notable games.... well there's gotta be some kind of ontological violence going on there.
Oct-13-04  nikolaas: That's completely right, but most of the notable games are in collections because they're interesting. Perhaps it should be 'Player of the day: interesting game'
Feb-13-05
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  Mating Net: I think ...48Na4 is worthy of a long series of !!. What a great chess move. I don't think White ever saw it coming, 48 Ra3 may have held. The text move totally blocks White's ability to stop the a pawn from promoting, all the while the Knight is protected by the Bishop at c2. Definitely a case where the two minor pieces are superior to the lone Rook.
Jan-14-07  The Chess Express: It's obvious though.

TCE

Apr-14-08  Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Mating Net> Umm, well, even a patzer like me saw 48...Na4 coming all the way. I would not dare to put even 1 lone exclamation mark to the given move. Nonetheless, it is very effective as mentioned.
Oct-29-09  The Chess Express: A better way to play for white is Movsesian vs Z Varga, 2005
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