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Krishnan Sasikiran vs Teimour Radjabov
XXIV European Club Cup (2008), Kallithea GRE, rd 5, Oct-21
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Steiner Attack (E80)  ·  0-1
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Oct-23-08
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  OneArmedScissor: This is a pretty impressive game.
First, Radjabov puts pressure down the e file, opens up the B file and immediately switches the attack over there. Then, after the smoke clears on the queenside, Radjabov takes the attack over to the kingside. Bravo!
Oct-23-08  hellopolgar: it is obvious now that king's indian is Teimour Radjabov's comfort zone when he is playing black.
Dec-28-08  yalie: <OneArmedScissor: This is a pretty impressive game. First, Radjabov puts pressure down the e file, opens up the B file and immediately switches the attack over there. Then, after the smoke clears on the queenside, Radjabov takes the attack over to the kingside. Bravo!>

actually Radjabov, annotating for New in Chess, says that Sasikiran outplayed him.

Both 32.Rb2 and 32.g4 were winning for Sasikiran according to Radjabov.

Radjabov also offered a draw after 42..Bc6, which Sasikiran turned down, only to blunder with 43.Re2? instead of the drawing Bd5.

Dec-28-08  yalie: 32.Rb2 Qb2 Bc5! dxc5 Rb1 Qd2 Qg3 is the line given by Radjabov.
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