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Anna Gorbunova vs Evgeny Sapojnikov
7th Stage Russian Cup (2001), Togliatty RUS, rd 5, Aug-12
Sicilian Defense: Wing Gambit. Carlsbad Variation (B20)  ·  1-0



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  jaime gallegos: 16... Kg7? 17. Nh5+ and the Queen is lost. 16... Kh6? 17. Qh5+ Kg7 18. Qg6+ Kh8 19. Qh7 ++
Jun-30-05  InspiredByMorphy: Was 15.Nxh7 sound? It looks like 15. ...Rf7 may have given black the advantage. I dont see an effective follow up for white.
Apr-28-07  Trimagna: 1. e4 c5
2. b4 cxb4
3. a3 bxa3
4. Nxa3 e6
5. d4 d5
6. exd5 exd5
7. Bb5+ Bd7
8. Qe2+ Be7
9. Nf3 Nf6
10. Bxd7+ Nbxd7
11. O-O O-O
12. Nb5 a6
13. Bf4 Rc8
14. Na7 Rc4
15. Rfb1 Bfb4
16. Ra4 Re8
17. Qd1 a5
18. Bd2 Ne4
19. Bxb4 axb4
20. Nb5 Qb6
21. Rbxb4 Nbc3
22. Nxc3 Rxb4
23. Rxb4 Qxb4
24. Nxd5 Qb2
25. Ne3 Ra8
26. Qd2 Ra1+
27. Ne1 Nf6
28. f3 Qb5
29. Qc3 Ra8
30. Nd3 Nd5
31. Nxd5 Qxd5
32. Nb4 Qe6
33. d5 Qb6+
34. Kf1 h6
35. g4 Re8
36. Qd2 Qd6
37. Kg2 Qe5
38. h4 Qe2+
39. Qxe2 Rxe2+
40. Kg3 Rd2
41. c3 Kf8
42. Kf4 Ke7
43. Ke3 Rh2
44. h5 Kd6
45. c4 g6
46. hxg6 fxg6
47. Nd3 b6
48. f4 Rh3+
49. Ke4 h5
50. f5 gxf5+
51. gxf5 h4
52. Nf2 Rc3
53. Kd4 Rf3
54. Ne4+ Ke7
55. Ke5 h3
56. d6+ Kd8
57. Ng5 Re3+
58. Kf4 h2
59. Kxe3 h1=Q
60. Ne4 b5
61. cxb5 Qf1
62. f6 Qxb5
63. Kf3 Qe5
64. Ke3 Kd7
65. f7 Qf5
66. Kd4 Qxf7
67. Ke5 Qe6+
68. Kf4 Kc6
69. d7 white resigned
Mar-04-08  parmetd: this is like my favorite minature ever.
Dec-30-11  qqdos: <Inspired...> after 15...Rf7 the advantage stays with White. The effective follow-up would be along these lines: 16.Qh5 Rxh7 17.Qg6+ Kf8 18.Qxh7 Nc6 19.Qh8+ Ke7 20.g3 Qf3 21.0-0 Nxd4 22.Ra4 .
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