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Peter Svidler vs Ivan Cheparinov
European Team Chess Championship (2007), Crete GRE, rd 9, Nov-06
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. Delayed Keres Attack (B81)  ·  1-0
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Nov-07-07  TITIKIZA: This game is terrific
Nov-07-07  WarrenHam: Amazing! Is there some home preparation involved?
Nov-07-07  vlado23: great to see Svidler on song
Nov-07-07  hitman84: Black's position is very passive..
KB was dead and h8 ♖ never came into the game. King caught in the center without any protection. Open files for white rooks, long diagonal bishops. This is what you call suffering..
Nov-09-07  piteira8: How does white win?
Nov-09-07  whithaw: There doesn't seem to be any defense to Rd5+
Mar-12-08  Piti: Russia - Bulgaria 1-0
Mar-13-08
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  DarthStapler: Was this game in the New York Times chess column?
Apr-27-08  positionalgenius: wow.. a domination of chepinarov here.
Sep-11-08
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  GrahamClayton: <WarrenHam>Amazing! Is there some home preparation involved?

Warrenham,
I definitely think so. A very deep sacrifice by Svidler - for the Knight he gets only a pawn, but he has a lead in development, safer king and a strong bind over the central light squares.

Source: Andrew Greet "European Team Championship", "CHESS", February 2008.

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