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Michael Adams vs Jan Werle
Howard Staunton Memorial (2008), London ENG, rd 2, Aug-09
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  1-0
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Aug-09-08
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  ray keene: with 23 Nf3 adams subtly refines whites play over the game kramnik-adams mtel 2005 where kramnik released the tension at once with 23 Bxe7.
Aug-09-08
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  Chessical: It appears that <34...Qe5> leaving the Queen exposed in the centre lost the game for Black, if <34...Qf6> then 35.Bxb5 Bxb5 36.Rxb5 Rxe4 37.Rb8 Ree8 leaves matters equal.

GM Keene refers to: Kramnik vs Adams, 2005

Aug-10-08  Microdot: In this line of chigorin I like 19.a3
more than 19.Bd3.
My favorite line 19.a3,g6 20.Bb1,Bf8
21.Ba2

Even after 19.Bd3,Rab8 20.a3
Timman-R.Byrne, Wijk aan Zee 1980

Aug-10-08
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  ray keene: maybe after 34--Qf6 then 35 f4 keeps up the tension-werle was very short of time
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