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Xu Jun vs Alexey Shirov
World Team-ch 3rd (1993), Lucerne SUI, rd 4, Oct-27
English Opening: King's English Variation. General (A20)  ·  1-0

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Mar-03-04  731: Interesting opening and excellent game!

The Chinese School of Chess versus the Soviet School of Chess, one could say.

Mar-03-04  731: Maybe Shirov should give up classical chess and try XiangQi instead, more suited to his style :)

http://www.chessvariants.com/xiangq...

Mar-09-04  Checkmate123: Very nicely done by Xu Jun. Way to Go.
Mar-09-04  marcus13: 37. ... Nf8 seems to be a big blunder before time control. I think Black was able to save the half point before this move.
Mar-12-04  731: Haha yeah Nf8 was a funny move,
I don't know if this is draw or not however...
Oct-27-08
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  Richard Taylor: This game is in the book "The Chinese School of Chess" - here Shirov weakens his pawns too much I think.

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