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Joost Wempe vs Alexey Nazirzhonovich Korotylev
Corus Group C (2005), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 1, Jan-15
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Dragon Formation (B09)  ·  0-1
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Mar-27-05
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  patzer2: Black's 33...Kd7! initiates a winning trapped piece combination.
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  patzer2: White can avoid getting his noble steed quickly trapped with 34. Nd6, but he is still loses.

Analysis with Fritz 8 @ 14 depth:

34.Nd6 Rf8! 35.Qd3 (35.Qe3 Rxf1 36.Kxf1 e5 37.Nb7 Kc8 38.Nc5 Qxc2 39.Nd3 Qxb3) 35...Qxd3 36.cxd3 Rxf1 37.Kxf1 Na5 38.Nb5 (38.Nc1 Bb2 39.Na2 Nxb3) 38...Nxb3 39.Nxa7 Nc5 40.d4 b3 41.Nb5 Ne4 42.Bf2 Nc6 43.Be3 b2 44.Na3 Na5 45.Nb1 Nc4 46.Bf4 Bf8 47.g5 Na3+ (-7.53 @ 14 depth)

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