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Julian M Hodgson vs Zurab Azmaiparashvili
13th Lloyds Bank Masters Open (1989), London ENG, Aug-??
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  0-1

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Jul-17-04  rclb: Fantastic game! Queen versus two minor pieces and a fierce attack, then queen versus 3 minor pieces.
Mar-16-12  sofouuk: plenty of minor inaccuracies (no surprise there!) on both sides - 26 ... a5, for example, would have kept black firmly in charge as white's apparent threats are illusory. after 32 Rxb8 the three pieces are better than the queen, but 49 Rxe7+? was a tactic too far (49 Rf4 and 50 Nb5 would have maintained the advantage)

... hats off to both players, tho

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  GrahamClayton: <sofouuk>
49 Rxe7+? was a tactic too far (49 Rf4 and 50 Nb5 would have maintained the advantage)

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It seems that if White can stop Black from playing ...Qa4 and creating an outside passed pawn, then he has good chances of winning.

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