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Joel Lautier vs Mikhail Gurevich
Munich (1993), Munich GER, rd 4, May-??
English Opening: Anglo-Dutch Defense (A10)  ·  0-1

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Aug-30-07  ounos: White can't prevent Nh6, Nf5, Bf6, Nxh4. Nice.
May-20-09  dragomaster: I love those engings. The Queen looks week against three well defended light peaces.
May-20-09  Atking: After this game Gurevitch will never win vs Lautier (4+ 2= for Joel)

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