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John Nunn vs Vereslav Eingorn
Reykjavik Summit (1990), Reykjavik ISL, Mar-??
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C17)  ·  1-0



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Oct-09-08  Chessdreamer: This game score is inaccurate. Actually Eingorn resigned after 25.Rb6+.
Oct-09-08  Jim Bartle: Right, according to Nunn's Best Games.

Eingorn had been playing great at this tournament (he was a reserve, but used several times), beating Short and Benjamin. Nunn considers 14...Nxe5 and 19..Bd7 to be black's errors.

Jan-19-10  alexrawlings: Could black not have held his position together with 20.. b6? Did he have to leave the pawn on b7 hanging?
Nov-23-18  ndg2: 20..b6 21.Rxf5 exf 22.Qe5 and the dark square weaknesses and the weak d5 decide

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