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Dragoljub Minic vs Georgi Tringov
Belgrade (1965), Belgrade YUG, rd 9, Oct-??
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Main Line (B99)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-15-05
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  KingG: Nice game by Minic, but the sacrifice 23.Nxb4? isn't sound. Both players seem to have missed the intermezzo 23...Qd7!, and now White has nothing better than to exchange queens and remain a piece for a pawn down. Even if White tries to keep the queens on board, his attack is finished becuse the black queen controls the d7 square and the king also has more room to move. So White would be left with 3 pawns for 2 pieces, and the game is over.
Nov-15-05
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  KingG: Probably Minic should have played 22.Nxb4, then moved the knight back to c6, and settle for long term attacking chances against the White king, 2 pawns for the piece and Black's awful pawn structure as compensation.
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