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Alexander Motylev vs Evgeny Najer
Russian Team Championship (2015), Sochi RUS, rd 6, May-06
Caro-Kann Defense: Two Knights Attack. Mindeno Variation Exchange Line (B11)  ·  0-1
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May-06-15  Nerwal: Awesome finish.
May-06-15
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  luzhin: The fireworks began after 23...Bb4!! with the stunning point that 24.Nxh8 is answered by 24...Bd2+!! forcing mate in 3.
May-06-15  KingsGambiteer: Love the finish. Wonderful how Najer got every piece involved in the attack.
May-09-15
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  tpstar: Beautiful double Rook sacrifice!

<24. Nxh8 Bd2+!!> An incredible resource.

May-25-15
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  Breunor: Black's 27th is the puzzle in the New York Post yesterday. Good puzzle , I guess for us here Saturday or Sunday? (I know I didn't get it!)

Wonderful game!

Oct-07-17  clement41: Why did black avoid the natural-looking 10...Nd5 ? The final combination is delightful
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