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Zsofia Polgar vs Vladimir Kramnik
Wch U18 (1991), Guarapuava BRA, rd 6, Jul-??
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation (B33)  ·  0-1

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Jun-14-04
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  vonKrolock: Young VK plays dangerously from 13...Bd5?! to 22...f4!? After 23.fxe4? (better 23.Qh4!) and 23...fxg3! play becomes sharp. 25...Qc3! saves the day, but only because 26.Rf8?? is a 'marrecada' (much better 26.Qxd6 whith at least a perpetual (cf. Kramnik's own analisis)
Apr-17-05  fgh: 44. ... Nxa2! is a nice finish.
Oct-09-06  azaris: 13...Bd5 is hardly ?!, it's nowadays established theory in this opening.
Nov-10-07  meteficha: Now a kibitz from 2007! \o/
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