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Leonid Yudasin vs Walter Shawn Browne
World Open: Open Section (2003), Philadelpha, PA USA, rd 4, Jul-04
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack. Fianchetto Variation (B31)  ·  1-0
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Aug-25-04
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  patzer2: Why does Browne resign? After 22...Nxb5 Black is fine, since White dare not go in for 23. Nxb5? Qxc4! .
Aug-25-04
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  Benzol: I was wondering if Browne could play 22...♕xc4 23.dxc4 ♘f3+ 24.gxf3 ♖xd2 when he has threats against the c2 pawn and the c3 Knight.
Aug-25-04
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  patzer2: <Benzol> 22...Qxc4 is also a good alternative move for Black (beats resigning for sure). Wonder if Browne lost on time or touched a wrong piece by mistake?
Aug-25-04
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  Zenchess: Browne frequently gets into time pressure like this; he has been known to lose on time before move 30 sometimes.

I don't understand why, as he is a capable blitz player. I guess he is not as confident in slower time controls and always feels the need to check every line.

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22...Nxb5! 23. Nxb5? Qxc4 -+ gives Black the advantage
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