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Dennis Wagner vs Predrag Nikolic
Bundesliga (2016/17), Solingen GER, rd 9, Mar-18
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Kmoch Variation (E20)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

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Mar-20-17
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  whiteshark: What a position! After only 14 moves the second rank is completely free of white pawns. This reminds of the <Chinese Chess (Xiangqi)>, where chariots (rook-like) could be developed/deployed via the 2nd rank which is free at the starting position.

Nikolic was perhaps not aware of the strength of the beautiful silent move <15.Ra2!> when he decided to open the h-line in his 13th move.

In fact, this is also a motif that is so unusual that his <danger detector> didn't start. There was no more defense thereafter.

Oct-13-17
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  whiteshark: This game has been voted for as <best game of the Season 2016/17> by readers of www.schachbundesliga.de

You'll find it annotated by the winner here: http://schachbundesliga.de/bundesli...

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