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Maxim Rodshtein vs Vladimir Fedoseev
World Cup (2017), Tbilisi GEO, rd 4, Sep-12
Catalan Opening: Closed Variation (E01)  ·  0-1


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  FSR: The position after 35.Nc4 would make a good Friday puzzle.
Sep-12-17  Kwesi: Just realised 36.Qxe3 Bb6
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: If sound, the sacrifice after 22.f4 would make a good Sunday puzzle. It takes GM-level judgment to figure out that granting the Queen access to the g4 square is worth a pawn
Sep-12-17  fisayo123: Amazing from Fedoseev. He didn't even have to take big risks with the black pieces in such a situation. He continues to thrill with his brand of chess.
Sep-14-17  paladintanks: Ironically both players have wins with black pieces in d4 Nf6 sequence.
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