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Isabel De Los Santos vs Zsuzsa Polgar
Chess Olympiad (Women) (1990), Novi Sad YUG, rd 2, Nov-18
Sicilian Defense: Hyperaccelerated Dragon (B27)  ·  0-1

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Apr-23-05  THE pawn: 11. Bh6??
Jun-22-05  Nomen Nescio: Excellent. I've never considered that knight sac before. Moves like this are likely inspired by computers.
Nov-27-05  Chopin: Very nice move by Susan!
May-01-06  Paintbucket: What is the point of playing the Hyperacclerated Dragon? Wouldn't white be able to set up an extremely strong center and a variation of the Maroczy Bind?
May-01-06  Marmot PFL: <What is the point of playing the Hyperacclerated Dragon?> Avoids the Yugoslav attack.
Aug-14-07
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  tpstar: An instructive example of the ... Nxe4! Discovery in the Sicilian Dragon winning material. After 11. Bh6? Qxb2 White suffered a quick Los.
Mar-30-09  dulam.sudheer: hey can somebody tell me how black can win this game what if 12.Rb1?
Black can be up by 2 pawns or am i missing something?
Mar-30-09
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  Gilmoy: <Nomen Nescio:> It's all theory, long before computers. <8..Qb6> is a simple fork: weak b2 ("poisoned" in some lines) and a hidden triple on Nd4.

<dulam.sudheer: 12.Rb1> Qxc3 and Black will have BN+PP for R, plus White has 3 isolated pawns.

Mar-06-19  Patzer Natmas: Great quick game by Susan!

@dulam.sudheer: 12.Rb1 Qxc3 leading to black being up a piece and 2 pawns. (I joined last year and just saw the comment...)

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