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Gata Kamsky vs Kamil Miton
Montreal International (2007)  ·  Nimzo-Indian Defense: Panov Attack. Main Line (E54)  ·  1-0
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Jul-21-07
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: After just a quick runthrough, I'm very impressed by Kamsky's play in this game, and believe it is one of his best. It appears that he always finds the best move to maintain and increase his initiative, and his "petite combination" from moves 27-31 is a gem. If he keeps this up, no one will want to play him.
Jul-21-07
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  Marmot PFL: I watched it online, and there were perhaps some time pressure mistakes. Instead of 23.Ne4 Kamsky could win material with Rf1! Nd4 (forced) 24.Bf5. Later Miton misses a win with 26...h6? when he could play Rxe1+ 27.Rxe1 Qxa2 as 28.Qxh7+ is not dangerous to black since Qa2 defends f7 (easy to miss in time pressure). One the ending is reached though Kamsky takes care of business.

Also calling this a QGA sounds wrong -even with the tranposition its still a Caro=Kann, Panov Attack.

Jul-21-07  Gouki: what is wrong with 26...Qxa2?
Jul-21-07  Maroczy: <Gouki> 27. Qh7+ looks pretty nasty.
Jul-23-07  wanabe2000: Looks like Kamsky was lucky, missing an important move 23. Rf1! and playing a loser like 25. Qh3. Thanks to Marmot PFL for insightful analysis.
Jul-26-07  Gouki: <Maroczy>
26..Qxa2 27.Qxh7+ Kf8

whats the follow up line for white??


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