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Antoaneta Stefanova vs Nino Gurieli
It (w) (1995), Dresden (Germany)
Torre Attack: Fianchetto Defense (A48)  ·  1-0



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Jun-05-04  talchess2003: wow, a lot of mistakes for both sides...
Oct-03-10  Brandon plays: This is a pretty bad game.
Dec-28-10  BLarsen1967: I dont find the game THAT bad ! It was real interesting,but then Black's serious blunder,23..Qe7,it kind of ruins the game. - if Black had played 23..Qxb2,after 24.Qa6 Qb6 25.Qxb6 axb6 26.g3 Ng6 27.d6 the Great Gurieli has a pleasant position

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