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Mehrshad Sharif vs Andras Adorjan
Thessaloniki Olympiad (1984), Thessaloniki GRE, rd 1, Nov-19
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner. Rubinstein Variation (E42)  ·  0-1

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Apr-02-18
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  Straclonoor: After 19....Nfg4! white have no chances to save the game.

Analysis by Stockfish 260318 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-3.95): 20.hxg4 Bxg4 21.f3 Bxh5 22.Ne2 Bg6 23.Nf4 Bh7 24.Bh3 Rc4 25.Ng2 Qc7 26.f4 Nd3 27.Qf3 Be4 28.Qe2 Kf8 29.Ne3 Bxe3 30.Bxe3 Rc3 31.Rd2 Rxa3 32.Rc2 Qe7 33.Bd4 Nxb4 34.Rb2 Nxd5 35.Re1 Nxf4 36.Qg4 Ng6 37.Bg2 d5 38.Bxe4 dxe4 39.Rbe2 Ne5 40.Bxe5 Qxe5 41.Rxe4

2. -+ (-4.99): 20.Kh1 Nxf2+ 21.Rxf2 Bxf2 22.Ne4 Ba7 23.Qf1 Bb5 24.Qf4 Ng6 25.Qxd6 Bd4 26.Qxd8 Rcxd8 27.Nc3 Bc4 28.Rc2 Ne7 29.Kh2 Bb3 30.Rc1 Nxd5 31.h4 Ne3 32.Bxb7 Nc4 33.Bf4 Nxa3 34.Ne4 Bd5 35.Nc5 Bb2 36.Rd1 Bxb7 37.Rxd8 Rxd8 38.Nxb7 Rd5 39.g4 Nc2 40.Nd6 Nxb4 41.Nf5 Kh7 42.Bd6 Nd3 43.Nf4 Rxd6 44.Nxd6

20.Kg1 more worse.

Apr-02-18
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  Retireborn: <Straclonoor> It's a beautiful game, isn't it?

Incidentally the white player has probably been misidentified here; Chessbase and Olimpbase give Mohamed Sharif, who seems not to have an entry on here, but he played for UAE in three Olympiads 1982-1986.

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