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Qi Jingxuan vs Anthony Miles
Bled / Portoroz (1979), Bled / Portoroz YUG, rd 8, Jun-13
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack (B77)  ·  0-1

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Jul-27-10
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  GrahamClayton: White blunders in time trouble with 31.♖dd1?. 31.♖e1 was better, and if 31...♕a3+ 32.♔d1 ♕b2 33.♔e2, and White's King is quite safe.

Miles said in his column in the "New Statesman" :
"I didn't feel like a fine logical end, so relying on his time trouble, I took the sort of gamble one should normally reserve for five-minute games, weekend Swisses, the British Championship and that sort of thing."

Jan-29-16  Howard: This game was briefly annotated in a 2003 issue of New in Chess. Miles definitely took some chances here, but it obviously paid off.
Jan-29-16  Howard: By the way, Miles' Chinese opponent lost to Karpov in 1983, in another interesting game.

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