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Mikhail Golubev vs Alexander Moroz
Donetzk zt (1998), Donetsk, rd 5, Nov-06
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Polugaevsky Variation (B42)  ·  1-0


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  plang: 6 Nb3 is the most popular move; 6 c3 is a rarely played sideline. 7..Qb6?! is a particularly dubious example of the ..Qb6 and ..Qxb2 pawn grabs that occur in several different opening systems. Surprisingly, at Pardibuce 2000 against Rechel Moroz repeated this line varying with 10..Qxd3?! Ho lost an even shorter game. 19 Bxf5? would have been a blunder due to 19..Qxe5. Moroz resigned after 24 Nd4+ due to 24..Ke8 25 Bxg6+..hxg 26 Qxg6+..Kd7 27 Qe6+..Kd8 28 Rf8#.
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  MikhailGolubev: annotated in Chess Informant
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  MikhailGolubev: annotated in my 2017 book, Understanding the Sicilian
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