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Loek van Wely vs Erwin L'Ami
Dutch Championship (2014), Amsterdam NED, rd 6, Jul-12
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
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Jul-12-14  Bob Loblaw: What a rout! This is clearly not L'Ami's tournament.
Jul-12-14
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  luzhin: Some amazing tactics here: after 11...d6 12.Bg5 Ng4+ 13.Kh1 Na5! Black is hanging on. But White has 11...d6 12.Bg5 Ng4+ 13.Nd4!! Bxd4+ 14.Kh1 Na5 15.Bxd8 and Black can't play 15...Nxc4 because with the clearance of the f-file 16.Ne7+ is mate in 2.
Jul-13-14  siggemannen: Nice to see Loek on the right side of the combination
Jul-14-14  ralph46: Obviously 9.. Nxe4 is a big mistake that loses a better way to black is 8 d6 instead of a6 and even after 9 Nd5 d6 while it allows the pin Bg5 after Qd7 white is better but not winning
Jul-14-14
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  sbevan: <luzhin: Some amazing tactics here: after 11...d6 12.Bg5 Ng4+ 13.Kh1 Na5! Black is hanging on. But White has 11...d6 12.Bg5 Ng4+ 13.Nd4!! Bxd4+ 14.Kh1 Na5 15.Bxd8 and Black can't play 15...Nxc4 because with the clearance of the f-file 16.Ne7+ is mate in 2.>

Thanks - again.

Jul-17-14  siggemannen: how does 10... Nd6 lose?
Jul-20-14
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  luzhin: siggemannen, 10...Nd6? 11.Bg5 Qe8 12.Nxc7 seems clear enough.
Jul-20-14  siggemannen: <luzhin> What about 11. bg5 nd4?
Jul-21-14
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  luzhin: That's a good point, siggemannen: I suppose the best would be (after 11...Nd4) 12.Nxd4 Qxg5 13.Nf3 Qd8 14.Qxe5 Ba7 15.Rae1 when Black's position looks pretty terrible....
Jul-22-14  Boris Schipkov: This game with my commentary in Chess Siberia http://www.chessib.com/wely-lami-ne....
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