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Ekaterina Polovnikova-Atalik vs Almira Fyodorovna Skripchenko
Biel Int'l Festival (Ladies) (2006), Biel SUI, rd 3, Jul-26
Indian Game: Budapest Defense (A51)  ·  1-0


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Jul-26-06  bane77: Beautiful combination starting from move 25. 26...Kg8 was better of course.
Jul-28-06  zafiroluna: Here we have the genious of Ekaterina.
Its a pity that she is playing uncomfortable because her pregnant, but the same we will see her glimpses of magnificent player!She will feel better when the new Katik comes to light !! ;)
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  keypusher: White's 28th move is a beauty!

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Oct-09-06  syracrophy: Please don't scare me, as I'm starting to use the Budapest Gambit! :-)

Massive attack! Lovely!

Nov-08-07  TITIKIZA: Nice combination from a pretty lady.
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  perfidious: This is an elegant conclusion after acceptance of the first sacrifice, but what does White have if her opponent plays 26....Kg8?
May-14-12  vinidivici: WOOOOOW 26.Nf5+ and sacrificing the knight , is it sound?
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