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Alexander Khalifman vs Vassily Ivanchuk
Tilburg blitz (1994) (blitz), Tilburg NED, Sep-??
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Rosenthal Variation (D21)  ·  0-1

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Nov-29-03  Spitecheck: Not only does Ivanchuck get rid of his a-pawn his pieces waltz all over the white queenside with clear disdain for it's guardians.....one suspects Bd3 was not the sole cause of this macabre sideshow.

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Nov-29-03  fatbaldguy: Black is better but I thought white could fight on. For example, 25 ♖:c2 ♖:c2 26 ♕:a3 ♖:d2 27 ♗:d2 ♕:f2 28 ♔h3 ♕:d2 29 ♕c5 would force black to grind out an endgame with one extra pawn but with an active white queen. Can black do better?
Nov-01-05  The17thPawn: <fatbaldguy> I completely agree with your sentiment. In fact white may have blown a win here. 25)R:c2 R:c2 26)Q:a3 R:d2 27)Q:a8+!! K:h7 28)B:d2 Q:f2 29)Q:g2 Q:d4 looks like white gets a piece for two pawns. Any thoughts on what I am missing? Does Q:a8 save the day?
Nov-01-05  notsodeepthought: <The17thPawn> Looks pretty good to me.
Oct-16-09  jmboutiere: 4....b5 + 0.14 Rybka 3
9.Nbd2 + 0.42; 9. cb5 +0.25
10.Nbd2 +0.33; 10.Bd3 - 0.54
13. ...a5 -0.91
14....Na6 - 0.81; 14. ... Ra6 -0.44
17....Be7 - 0.28; 17....h6 - 0.49
23....Ba3 +0.54; 23....Bd6 - 0.41
25.Rc2 +0.54
Jan-30-13
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  FSR: Mega Database 2013 shows this as a blitz game. That must be the explanation for why the game ends as 0-1 in a position where White is immediately winning material. That said, it's very early for Khalifman to flag.
Jan-30-13
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  perfidious: <FSR> The game was played at a Tilburg KO blitz event.

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