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Judit Polgar vs Pablo San Segundo Carrillo
Madrid (1995), Madrid ESP, rd 6, May-15
Sicilian Defense: Four Knights. Exchange Variation (B45)  ·  0-1

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Aug-17-03  Bastrikov: The Black pieces are handled like sharp swords in the opening.This sword play results in a lost bishop.However the opponents king is exposed and this results in a winning of the exchange.Also the Black Queen finds access to the opponents king.
Nov-19-03
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  technical draw: How did my dear Judit get into such a fine mess? And why didnt she resign on move 24?
Nov-20-03  stef21: nice play by San Seguendo, it was a bust to white's 11. g4 , three pawns for a bishop, kimg in the center and attackimg chances was more than a compensation
Jul-27-08  Bobsterman3000: Wow, Judit gets punished for a sloppy opening with her 7. e5 maneuver, leading to a whole lot of initiative for black.

Maybe she didn't expect San Segundo to see the accurate responses so clearly and decisively.

Feb-22-10  Uvulu: gotta love the aesthethics of the position after 11... Ne3

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