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Dmitry Andreikin vs Ian Nepomniachtchi
Andreikin - Nepomniachtchi Match (2012), Moscow RUS, rd 4, Nov-03
Semi-Slav Defense: General (D43)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-03-12  waustad: 34.) Rxc6 was kind of cute. The rook is untouchable.
Nov-03-12  Atking: Yes the kind of Fischer's surprising move.
Nov-03-12  Atking: White might underestimated 12...e5 and the courageous 13...g5! Instead 13.Rh5?! ~ many moves come in mind. Wait and see 13.Qb3 (13.Bc2!?) or 13.a3 Nb6 14.Qa2 Be6 15.Qb1 Nd5 16.0-0 NxN 17.Qe1 Nepomniachtchi surely missed 34.Rxc6! 33...Re(4 3-2) should be considered. At that point White's idea is Rd8+ Kg7 / Rb8~Rb7 but may have a set up for that. I like the defensive scheme starting with Rc7.
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  harrylime: I like 29 .. Re8

Instead of 35.. gf .. What ? ... 35.. c5+ ?

Nov-03-12  Atking: <harryline> Do you mean 33...c5+? If that is then 34.Kb5 Re4 35.Bc4 (To stop Rb4#) then White might try b3 and Rc6 getting the square for the King (Kc6-Kb7) if black rook move out the c file. For example Rce7 Rc8+ and Kc8.
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