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Nazi Paikidze vs Csaba Balogh
Wroclaw Chess Festival (2010), Wroclaw POL, rd 9, Jul-02
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen. Tal Variation (B82)  ·  1-0


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  Eisenheim: beautiful finishing combination, although I do sense 26...Kf7 was fatal and
Jul-02-10  adamico: If 26...Kh8, 27. Rf1 should do it with the pin of the queen and the eventual mate threat of Rxf8. If 26...Kg8, 27. Rg1 should do the trick, either with the king walking into danger on f7, going to h8 and a white response of Rf1, or the queen blocking the rook with Qg6, in which case white makes the exchange of rook for queen.
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  Gilmoy: Another <thematic Nd5> in Sicilian Scheveningen :)
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  al wazir: The solution is the game mentioned last, in which he defeated Nazi Paikidze who played 6.Be3 instead of Yifan's 6.Be2.>

But white (Paikidze) won this game. Balogh lost.

May-05-18  Vitez: This game is on YouTube:
Aug-23-18  balboa07: This game is on YouTube:
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