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Tomas Studnicka vs Lukas Cernousek
Prague ProMoPro op (2003), rd 5
Semi-Slav Defense: Botvinnik System. Lilienthal Variation (D44)  ·  0-1
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May-04-09  aktajha: eh...4 pawns for 2 rooks, which side would you choose?
May-04-09  ounos: The side that wins?
May-04-09  syracrophy: When the two rooks win the battle against passed pawns:


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Nov-11-12  master of defence: Doesn´t 37.Kc2 win for white?
Dec-06-14  3rooks: GM Jacob Aagaard analyzes this game after 31 ... a4? (correct is 31 ...Ke6/Kd6 he says) in his book
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