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Radoslaw Wojtaszek vs Baadur Aleksandrovich Jobava
Tata Steel Group B (2014), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 5, Jan-16
Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  0-1


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  Domdaniel: One way to finish is: 27.Nd4 Rxg3 28.Kxg3 Rg8+ 29.Kf2 Qg2+ 30.Ke1 Qxh1+ etc.
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  JointheArmy: Is it just me or is the Budapest scoring well, lately?
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  kdogphs: ^They must be watching games on FICS^
Jan-17-14  hedgeh0g: If you value your king's wellbeing, don't give Jobava the initiative...
Jan-19-14  Everett: Jan-16-14 < JointheArmy: Is it just me or is the Budapest scoring well, lately?>

If that is the case, it warms my heart.

Feb-19-14  hedgeh0g: 19...Rad8!!

After 20.fxe5 dxe5 21.Qc2 f4, White would have faced some serious problems. A truly masterful handling of the initiative.

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  FSR: 9.hxg5 won quickly in Kouatly vs E Preissmann, 1983. Tim Taylor in his book on the Budapest gives that as his model game against 4...g5, which he says is busted by 7.h4. However, Houdini 3 says that <Black is OK!> after 9.hxg5 Nxb2 10.Qc2 d5!N 11.Qxb2 Qa5 +0.18.
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