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Black Pawn
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   Black Pawn has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Sep-20-08 Anand vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
Black Pawn: This is an extremely entertaining endgame. 47...Re4+ deflects the white Rh4 from h1-queening square, and then we have this exciting finale of queen and rook against two rooks and two pawns, which black wins well.
   Sep-20-08 Aronian vs Topalov, 2008
Black Pawn: This game is another one of them I see again and again shows the power of the passed a-pawn in queen endgames, and the usage of the fact that if queens were gone white would win to control the queening square.
   Sep-20-08 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
Black Pawn: Absolutely sparkling pawn sacrifices by Carlsen here. 15.d5!! was brilliant. White gets an unforgettable attack on the black queenside. 27.Rxb4! gets rid of the bishop defender of c5, and the 32.Ra8 decides the game. Very well done!
   Sep-20-08 Topalov vs Anand, 2008 (replies)
Black Pawn: The stunning point of this game is the continuation 25...Qc6 26.Ng5 h5 27.Nxf7 Rxf7 28.Rxf7 (discovery!) Kxf7 29.Qxd8, with the win of an Exchange and a pawn, which is of course winning. Star move 25.Rf1!
   Sep-20-08 Aronian vs Ivanchuk, 2008 (replies)
Black Pawn: This was a nice example of taking advantage of an opponent's isolated pawn by controlling and/or occupying it with a knight, and trading down so as to nullify the attacking potential the isolated pawn gives. Very well indeed.
   Sep-20-08 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
Black Pawn: As "whiteshark" points out, 17.Nc4, may be a stronger move in the position after black's 16th move. The idea is to give a trap to the rook and win an Exchange, after the continuation 17...Rxe2, 18.Qd1 Ba6 19.Qxe2.
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