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Ernesto Inarkiev vs Alexey Dreev
Russian Superfinals (2007)  ·  Semi-Slav Defense: Anti-Moscow Gambit (D43)  ·  0-1
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Dec-24-07  stanleys: Inarkiev achieved strategically won position - but didn't find the prophylactical move 27.g3!,depriving his opponent of any counterplay
Oct-04-09  twoinchgroup: <Inarkiev achieved strategically won position - but didn't find the prophylactical move 27.g3!,depriving his opponent of any counterplay>

stanleys,

I would restate it as Inarkiev achieving "POSITIONALLY" won position here. Are you confident in your assessment of 27.g3? Please give me some analysis if you've got it...cuz I'm not seeing it as the great prophylactic that you are claiming it to be. But, then again, I am OFTEN mistaken...


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