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Jovica Radovanovic vs Sarunas Sulskis
European Union Individual Championship (2006), Liverpool ENG, rd 5, Sep-10
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Line (E40)  ·  0-1
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Sep-10-06
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  Domdaniel: The ghost of Nimzowitsch walks. An unprovoked ...Bxc3 in the Nimzo-Indian, a blockade, some nicely provocative moves by Black (...Qf8!), a king walk, a brilliancy (...Rg1+)... everything. Right down to almost throwing it away by pushing the a-pawn too fast. White even got in on the act with his Nh1.

Most Nimzo-esque game of the decade, easily.

Sep-11-06  mack: Yup, this one caught my eye immediately when I was flicking through the live broadcasts. Brilliant, brilliant game.
Sep-23-06  euripides: At move 38 White has a bishop that is almost perfectly good and almost perfectly useless.
Jan-07-07  mack: Just thought I'd relive this game. It's a classic, for sure.
Jan-08-07
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  Domdaniel: <mack> Funny, that. I just had the same idea, completely by coincidence. How does the Bonzos song go?

"There are no coincidences
But sometimes the pattern is more obvious..."

Jan-08-07  mack: I don't want to talk about it, I can't think.
Jan-08-07
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  Domdaniel: If you say so. But I could've sworn...
Feb-02-15  ToTheDeath: Very nice game.
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