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S Poobesh Anand vs Georgy Anatolyevich Timoshenko
Chennai WinTV op 1st (2004), rd 13, Jan-21
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack (E76)  ·  0-1


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May-26-05  notyetagm: Happens all the time: <you make a blunder and then, in shock, completely fall apart>. First White drops a pawn to a <discovered attack> with 18 b4? ♘g4! 19 fxg4 ♕xg4+ 20 ♔h1 ♗xc3. Then, still shocked by his previous blunder, White plays 21 ♖c2??, completely missing that 20 ... ♗x♘c3 not only let Black regain his piece but <removed the guard> of the d1-rook, allowing 21 ... ♕x♖d1+.
Oct-10-10  morphy2010: Blunders come in bunches
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