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Sanan Sjugirov vs Wesley So
Belfort YWCC boys under 12 (2005), Belfort (90), rd 9, Jul-26
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. General (B30)  ·  1-0
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Dec-29-05  Whitehat1963: Impressive play for a youngster here. (Boys under 12)
Apr-24-06  Nozomi: What was the motivation behind Ra1?
Dec-20-07  danitz: i could only guess its the red flag attack
Dec-20-07  Kwesi: I think black resigned after 32...Kg6, and then they were just putting the pieces back on their original squares.
Aug-16-10
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  Rob Morrison: I can't believe white's 33rd move was really Ra1. Must be a mistake.
Aug-20-10  dumbgai: The correct finish should of course be 33. Qh6+ Kf7 34. Qxf6+ Kg8 (Ke8 Rd8#) 35. Nh6+ Kh7 36. Qxf8
Oct-06-10  paltakmonasereg: sjugirov might be insulted by moving ra1..so realizes he must end his fighting spirit already by resigning..
Jul-01-11  Nina Myers: White missed a lovely # in 6 moves, starting with

<28.Ng5+!>


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followed by <28...Kh6 29.Qh7+ Kxg5 30. Rd4!>


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<30... Qh6 31.Re5+!>


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<31... fxe5 32.Qe7+ Kf5 33.g4#>


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Sep-04-12  MarkFinan: This Is my favourite Wesley Bieber game..
He gets soundly thrashed, no wander he's still a 2600 when players like Carlsen have just skyrocketed up the rating charts.. I guess thats why little Wesley's still In chess school :D
Aug-01-13  MarkFinan: Going back through this game, i think 33.Ra1 has to be a mistake on behalf of whoever submitted this game. Really classy play by white though, Black never had a chance from the off, it looks a complete mismatch.
Mar-05-14  neilpatterson: 13. Nf5 was great, but following it up with 14. Nxe7 was premature. what about 14. Nd5?
Jul-11-14  Sally Simpson: "...but following it up with 14. Nxe7 was premature. what about 14. Nd5?"


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Cannot see it Neil (14.Nd5 exd5 then what?) One of the ideas of playing 14.Nf5 was to get the square d5 as a base for the c3 Knight. If the plan is 14.Nd5 exd5 15.exd5 opening the e-file then the f5 Knight is hanging to Bxf5.

I know I am setting myself up to get smacked with some wonderful deep computer analysis but what ever is lurking tactically after 14...exd5 then it has escaped me.

Mar-05-17  Cobax12: Great Knight activity by Sjugirov
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