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Nigel Short vs Yasser Seirawan
6th Euwe Memorial (1992), Amsterdam NED, rd 2, May-15
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance. Short Variation (B12)  ·  0-1

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Apr-19-05  The beginner: Nice litle combo, by Mr. Seirawan

28 e6? .. e3
29 fxe3 ..Rd1+
30 Kg2 .. Rd2+
31 Kf3 ..Rxb2
And black won a piece :)

Better was
28 a3 ..

May-04-08  MichAdams: 28.a3 f4! and Black should have enough activity to draw.

29.e7? Rd1+ (29...e2? 30.exd8=Q+ Kxd8 31.Bf6+ Ke8 32.Re7+! draws) 30.Kg2 Kd7 wins the Bishop.

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