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Vladimir Georgiev vs Stanislav Smetankin
Chicago Winter FIDE Invitational (2006)  ·  Benoni Defense: King Pawn lines (A65)  ·  0-1
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  Domdaniel: In homage to HYFIN and atomic numbers, I think I'll take up the Benoni again. Not a bad game, actually.
Dec-17-08  sleepyirv: Wow! Great puzzle solving skills, Doomdaniel!
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  Domdaniel: If 39.Kxf4 Rf1+ 40.Kg5 (or e5) Rf5+ and the bishop drops. Nice finish.
Dec-18-08  TheaN: Ah damn... there goes all the chess sets... I SHOULD have been able to find this clue with my background XD. How did you find in the end? To be honest, I never knew about an Y atom... which is pretty unknown I believe. Well done.
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  Domdaniel: <TheaN> I knew that Ytterby in Sweden had four elements named for it ... one of them *had* to be Y.
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