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Jeroen Piket vs Alexei Dmitriyevich Fedorov
Corus Group A (2001), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 5, Jan-18
King's Indian Defense: Six Pawns Attack (E77)  ·  1-0
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Apr-11-17
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  plang: The system with 5 Bd3 and 6 Nge2 is a pet line of Seirawans. 10..f5 had been played in the draw Pinter-Nataf at the 1999 European Team Championship at Bathumi; 10..Kh8 was new but 10..a5 appears to be more precise. Perhaps 15..Bf6 would have been more accurate avoiding the problems that occurred in the game. Again, 16..Bf6 looks like a tougher defense. Black underestimated the strength of 20 Qh3!; he was probably counting on 20 Bxf6..Bxf6 21 Qh3..Qg7 when Black would have had more compensation for the exchange.
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