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Denis Khismatullin vs Jan-Krzysztof Duda
European Individual Championship (2014), Yerevan ARM, rd 4, Mar-06
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Adams Attack (B90)  ·  0-1
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Mar-06-14  kevin45: Duda(2563) vs Khismatullin(2714), no problem I guess. If Duda keeps it up he will just say Where's Carlsen, Aronian??
Mar-06-14  kellmano: Superb attack from Black. The stuff Sicilian dreams are made of.
Mar-06-14
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  perfidious: A picturesque finale-White is up a tonne of material and would be completely winning if he had the right to make two consecutive moves-but it is all up with him.

Duda's line with 27....Qb8 is a clever tempo gain for the attack, as 28.Qxb8 Be3+ is not on for White.

Mar-06-14
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  Gilmoy: <27.O-O-O> seems to be the stuff of the <other> guy's dreams, or fantasy:


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surely he wouldn't -- oh he did --

(darn me i know there's a pattern here somewhere -- here have a rook)

Mar-07-14
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  luzhin: 31....Qa3 straightaway was the quickest way to mate. 31...Bd3+ was just showing off!
Mar-08-14
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  Gilmoy: I think 31..Qa3 32.Nxb3 forces 32..Bxb3 and it's still mate on 33. Don't play 32..Qa1#! whoops
Dec-17-16  fisayo123: 24. Kd2?
Aug-16-18  GM Maybe: This dude is badass!!!
Jul-16-19  BxChess: Duda saw O-O-O was a dud
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