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Alexander Khalifman vs Eduardas Rozentalis
URS-ch Young Masters (1988), Vilnius
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Staunton Variation (C42)  ·  1-0

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Jul-02-04  refutor: interesting play by khalifman...
Dec-28-06  ianD: Great Play!
Dec-30-06  JSW: very nice
Jan-03-07  beenthere240: I love how the d6 square calls for the white knight the whole game and finally, the knight arrives and black collapses in a couple of moves.
May-08-07  aazqua: There is a recent Rybka game with this queen for three minors. I ahve to say Rybka does a better job than Khalifman, but then again its competition was a lot weaker.

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