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Salvijus Bercys vs Justus D Williams
"Justus Prevails" (game of the day Oct-27-2014)
World Open (2012), Philadelphia USA, rd 4, Jul-06
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Check Variation Intermezzo Line (E15)  ·  0-1


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Oct-27-14  Delboy: Entertaining game. The position after 16... f5 is somewhat reminiscent of Nimzovich's Immortal Zugzwang game against Saemisch
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  morfishine: Very interesting game. I had the feeling White lost the thread early. But one minor inaccuracy doesn't always lose a game outright. However, a series of inaccuracies can compound to the point where loss is inevitable.
Oct-27-14  HighestUnrated: I thought 20. e4 was a better response.
Oct-27-14  WJW147: You really need to know your pawn game to have any hope of winning,
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  kevin86: If White tries to retake, Rd2+ forces the queen to be abandoned of skewered.
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  AylerKupp: That poor kight on a4. White was effectively a piece down for most of the game.
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  FSR: No fair! I submitted this pun, but for a different game, J D Williams vs S Azarov, 2014.
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by ISeth
October 27: Justus Prevails
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