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Ruslan Ponomariov vs Viktor Korchnoi
Donetsk m (2001), rd 3, Jan-16
Spanish Game: Open Variations. Main Lines (C80)  ·  1-0
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Nov-19-05  Petrocephalon: Interesting positional play: instead of 26.f4 immediately (which might be sufficient...), Ponomariov plays Nf3 and Qd4 first, inducing a kingside weakness, then reshuffles the pieces back with Qd2 and Nd4, and only then plays 30.f4. (Paraphrasing annotations by King).
Aug-10-09  outplayer: <Petrocephalon> I have noted everything you said although I have never read King's annotation.
Dec-21-12  Naniwazu: Ponomariov missed the stronger move 40. Nxg5! hxg5 41. Qxg5 .
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