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Emanuel Berg vs Li Shilong
6th Aeroflot Festival (2007), Moscow RUS, rd 2, Feb-15
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack (B77)  ·  0-1


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Feb-24-07  Timothy Glenn Forney: Wow what a great battle the Dragon wins!
Feb-24-07  Timothy Glenn Forney: Here's the ending
56. Rxg2+ hxg2 57. a8=Q g1=Q+ 58. Kc7 Qc5+ 59. Qc6
Qxe5+ 60. Kb6 Qd5 61. Qc1 Qd4+ 62. Ka5 f6 63. Qe1 Qc5+ 64. Ka4 Bg4 65. Kb3 e5 66. Qg3 f5 67. Qc3 Bd1+ 68. Kb2 Qd4 69. Qxd4 exd4 70. Kc1 Bg4 71. Kd2 Kf6 72. Kd3 Ke5 73. Kd2 Ke4 74. Kc2 d3+ 75. Kc3 f4 76. Kd2 f3 77. Kc3 f2 78. Kc4 d2 79. Kc3 d1=Q 80. Kc4 Qc2+ 81. Kb4 f1=Q 82. Ka5 Qc5+ 83. Ka4 Bd1# 0-1
Jan-13-08  aazqua: Really nice. White takes a questionable approach to the drafon and black makes him pay.
Sep-26-08  Shajmaty: <aazqua: Really nice. White takes a questionable approach to the drafon and black makes him pay.> What "questionable approach"? White is up until his (not so good) 21st move.
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