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Vladimir Bagirov vs Jaan Ehlvest
URS Cup rapid (1988) (quick), Tallinn, rd 3
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Classical Variation (A01)  ·  1-0

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Jun-05-07  leow: feels like he resigned to early: although he loses a pawn, there is a lot of play left
May-16-08  TurtleKaze: I don't even see how black loses a pawn (with white concerned with back-rank issues after 34... exf3) The pawn at f5 cannot be taken the following move by either Q or R without either losing material or being mated. The same is true after 35. Rxd8 Rxd8 36. Rxd8 Qxd8 (except white would surely be mated after 37. Qxf5). It seems like white's only advantage is in pawn structure, which could materialize into a pawn advantage (maybe).
Mar-22-09  Atking: <Turtlekaze> I think you miss the point of <leow> after 34....exBf3 35.Qd3 is enough xd8 or exchange and check and xf3. White advantage is decisive.

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