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Darko Doric vs Dmitry Bocharov
10th European Individual Championship (2009), Budva MNE, rd 2, Mar-07
Indian Game: Anti-Nimzo-Indian (E10)  ·  0-1


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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-08-09  notyetagm: 27 ?

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From Chess Today 3043

<Beware: Blunder!

by GM Alex Baburin

Most big tournaments provide plenty
of material for this column and the
European Championship in Budva is
no exception. Here are two examples
from round 2:

Doric (2477) - Bocharov (2647)
European Ch Budva (2), 07.03.2009

Position is roughly equal. Black is
going to undermine the enemy bishop
with ...b5!, but he must be really
surprised to see White's next move:
27.Rc1?? Rxd5! 01.>

27 ♖f1-c1?? ♖d7x♗d5! <pin: c1>

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27 ♖f1-c1?? ♖d7x♗d5! is a textbook example of a <PIN AGAINST AN UNDEFENDED PIECES>.


-- Weteschnik

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