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Hichem Hamdouchi vs John Fedorowicz
World Team-ch 2nd (1989), Lucerne SUI, rd 7, Nov-04
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Jun-17-04  yax: Huh? I'm not sure I understand the "logic" in this game. Is this something like the Q's can't take anything but pawns match?
Jun-17-04  Helloween: The notation is incorrect. The move played in the actual game was 32...Qf5, not 32...Qxd5??
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Jun-21-04  yax: ok that makes a lot more sense. 32...Qf5 and the resulting not taking of Qf5 had me baffled.

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