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Le Chess Club vs Radoslaw Jedynak
Correspondence Game (2004), ICC, Mar-21
French Defense: Winawer. Retreat Variation General (C18)  ·  1-0
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May-15-05  biglo: I think the best Lechessclub hoped for in this game was a draw. Doubters predicted a loss after the early Q sacrifice by Lechessclub against IM Radoslaw Jedynak. USCF master Jim Blackwood remarked that the sac of the Q would mean Lechessclub would have to use forcing moves where possible. Hopefully you find the game as interesting as it was to play/participate in. Moves were voted on by Lechessclub members and in the event of a tie one member had a casting vote.
Mar-06-06  biglo: GM Neil McDonald reviewed this game on the subscription website chesspublishing.com. He awarded the Q sac in move 14 a "!!" calling it a pretty move.
Aug-18-06  you vs yourself: <Biglo> Great attacking game! And a pretty queen sac too:-)
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