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Mikhail Chigorin vs Emmanuel Schiffers
St Petersburg m1 (1880), St Petersburg RUS, rd 10
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
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Feb-14-10  Antiochus: Chessgames.com

The wright ECO is B24.

Nov-28-13  tranquilsimplicity: Indeed. The Closed Sicilian chameleon variation. Sometimes 'lazily' referred to as the King's Indian Attack due to the fact that it is really the Kings Indian Defense reversed. In fact I have no objection to the Fianchetto Closed Sicilian being referred to as the KIAttack.
Dec-25-13  Yogiraj: 25. ... Nd4+ 26. Kf2 Nxe2 and white losses queen.
Dec-25-13  lentil: <Yogi> 26. Qe4.
Dec-01-14
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  Knight13: White: 25. Nxa8
Black: "Tenno Heika Banzai!!" 25... Nxa4+
White: 26. Kg1
Black: "Ahhhhh...!" 26... Qxh1+
White: *Shrugs* 27. Kxh1
Mar-20-15  Ladyanavt: Queen exchange for a rook by black was poorly thought out.
Mar-20-15
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  RookFile: I guess there was a hallucination involved. It had me going for a minute, but then you realize the king can escape.
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