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Hrant Melkumyan vs Zurab Javakhadze
World Junior Championship (2007), Yerevan ARM, rd 1, Oct-03
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Three Knights Variation (E21)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

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Oct-09-07  somitra: This deserves to be GOTD one day. What a nice game.
Oct-09-07  khursh: superb! This queen sacrifice will never be a Monday puzzle, too difficult. And a good game to learn endgames. Are there many games with ♘ ♖ ♖ vs ♕ ♖ ?
Oct-09-07
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  whiteshark: Is there any deep strategy behind, that I don't get ? Or is it just 300 the points that make the difference ?

In spite of that 'Hats off!'

Oct-09-07  khursh: I especially like the move 38.♘e5 allowing attack on both c6 and f7 pawns. This is a case when a knight is stronger than a queen :)
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