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Hikaru Nakamura vs Friso Nijboer
Wijk aan Zee B Group (2004), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 7, Jan-18
Trompowsky Attack: Poisoned Pawn Variation (A45)  ·  1-0
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Sep-02-04  jeffnool: i think black should have won in this...can you help me guys? thanks
Sep-02-04  sneaky pete: <jeffnool> 35... Qh4 wins easily. 37... Bg6? is the losing move. 37... Qd4+ still wins: 38.Kf1 Bd3+ 39.cxd3 Rxf3+ etc or 38.Kh1 Bg6 39.Re4 Rxf3 etc. Analysis by John van der Wiel.
Sep-16-04  jeffnool: thanks sneaky pete!!
Apr-14-05  compaq7550: an improvement on blacks 6th move is.
6...e6
7.Bd3,Na6
8.nf3,Nb4
9.dxe6,dxe6

Black then has the better pawn formation and his pieces are better developed.

Apr-14-05  compaq7550: Taking whites bishop on 34...Qxc4 is a mistake. Better is: 34...Bxf5
35.Bd3,Bxd3
36.Qxd3+,Kg7
37.Re2,Nf4
38.Rxg3,Qxg3
39.Bxf4,exf4
40.Qxg3,fxg3

Black has a better ending.
a bishop against a knight.
2 pawn islands against 3
not to mention an extra rook and pawn.

Apr-14-05  samvega: <compaq7550> after 6..e6, surely e5.

I don't think 34..Bxf5 35.Bxh6 Rf7 36.Bd3 is an improvement over the game.

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