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Iivo Nei vs Evgeny Emmanuilovich Gleizerov
Osterskars op (1995), rd 2
French Defense: Advance Variation. Nimzowitsch Attack (C02)  ·  0-1
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Feb-14-06  schnarre: Uuugh! Even I play the Advance better than this. I would have likely played 6. c3 here.
Feb-14-06
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  Honza Cervenka: <schnarre> Hmmm, I have to admit that I don't see the reason why white should have been lost in the final position. Of course, 17.Nxd2 is not possible for 17...Qd1+ with mate in next move, but why not 17.Rxa4? Also after 17.Qg3 I don't see anything decisive. After 17.Qg3 Qc6 18.Bd3 white consolidates his position with material advantage and after 17.Qg3 Bf4!? 18.Qxg7 Rg8 19.Qxg8+ Nxg8 20.Rxa4 Bxa4 21.Nc5 Bc6 22.Bd3 white has plenty of counter-play for the Pawn.
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  Honza Cervenka: 17.Rxa4 Bxf4 18.Rxa7 Ng4 (18...Bc6 19.Na5 Rb8 20.Be2 Nf5 21.g3 Bg5 22.Nxc6 bxc6 23.Kc2 0-0 24.Bc3 with Bishop pair and activity for the Pawn.) 19.Be2 looks playable for white.
Feb-15-06  schnarre: <Honza Cervenka> I agree!
Sep-12-09  siegbert: yes it does appear to be a premature resignation.fritz 11 gives 16 Bxd2 17 Rxa4 Bxf4 18 Rxa7 O-O as equal.
Mar-12-15  sfm: Maybe White lost on time. The defense was difficult.
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