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Andrey Shariyazdanov vs Valery Petukhov
RUS-chT (2004), Sochi, rd 5, Apr-24
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack (B14)  ·  1-0


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Jul-22-12  Swedish Logician: Shades of Keene-Miles, Hastings 1975?
Keene vs Miles, 1975
Oct-23-13  RookFile: Let's play as Nimzo recommended, and get crushed. That Nb4 and Nd5 stuff is so familiar, but amounts here to time wasting. The beginner's move 10...Bd7 looks like a better way. If black has to, he can play ....Be8 in some positions and shore up his defenses. The knight on c6 already does good work, if white plays Ne5 black can ease the pressure with ...Nxe5 (in such positions black can still play Bc6 later).
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