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Alexander Beliavsky vs Vladimir Epishin
Reggio Emilia91 Top15 (1991)  ·  Budapest Defense: General (A52)  ·  0-1
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Nov-18-06  syracrophy: 19...Nxe5! <With the threat 20...Nd3+>

22...Bxf3! <23.Bxf3 Nd3+>

24...Bxe2! <25.Rxe2 Nd3+>

25...f4! <26.gxf4 Rxf4+! <27.Qxf4 Nd3+> ; 26.Qxe2 fxg3+ with nasty threats>

Jul-09-10
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  GrahamClayton: 4.Qd4 is an unsual way to keep the extra pawn. 6.Qg7?? Be5 is a neat trapping of the White Queen.
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