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James Tarjan vs Martin Zumsande
Isle of Man Masters (2015), Douglas IMN, rd 4, Oct-06
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack. Main Line Old Main Line (D37)  ·  0-1
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Nov-21-18
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  offramp: Black takes route 1!

He plays the same 12...Nd4! piece offer as played in Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1978, but he follows up with 14...Bxd3 and then,


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19...Bxe3!
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Black plays a check!
24...Qh3+.


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The king goes to g1 and loses straight away. Going to e1 was the only alternative. I can't se any immediate win for Black after 25.Ke1.

Nov-21-18  Howard: Didn't know that Karpov's piece offer from Game 21 had been subsequently repeated!

Timman, in his book Art of Chess Analysis, called 11...e5 "consistent but bad".

Nov-22-18
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  jith1207: Yes, I thought Nd4 and Nf3+ by black after Ke1 would be a threat but after Ke2 and Qg4, white could ward off the queen by h3 and g4, so engine offers draw by repetition as the best solution.
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