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Daniel Hugo Campora vs Aleksey Dreev
Moscow-A (1989), Moscow URS
French Defense: Tarrasch Variation. Modern System (C03)  ·  0-1



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  GrahamClayton: White wins a pawn with 16. ♗xh7+ ♔xh7 17. ♕d3+ ♔g8 18. ♕xd4, but his white-squares, especially the a8-h1 diagonal are fatally compromised. Position after 26...♗a8:

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27. ♗xd8 loses to 27...♕c6 28. ♕e4 ♕c5+ 29. ♕e3 ♕d5 30. ♕e4 ♕xd8 31. ♕xe5 ♕b6+ 32. ♕e3 ♕b7, and there is no defence to the threat of 33...♕h1#.

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