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Alexander Goldin vs Vladimir Chuchelov
Cappelle Open (2001), Cappelle-la-Grande FRA, rd 9, Mar-03
Queen's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation. Farago Defense (E12)  ·  0-1



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Apr-05-13  mira94: Wow, there is no cibitzing here. Look at the queens sacrifice! Marvelous !
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  plang: Played in the last (9th) round of this Swiss tournament; Chuchelov's win enabled him to tie for first with Gausel at +6. 10 Bf4 is more popular than Goldin's 10 Be2 and seems like the more active square for the bishop. 13..Bxc3+ had been played in game 3 of the 2000 London match - Pert-Chandler (not included in this database) where White obtained a big advantage; 13..Nd5! was Black's improvement (14 cxd..Ba4!would have won material). 14..Bxa1 15 cxd..exd 16 Nd6+..Ke7 17 b5 would have been good for White. 15 Bxf4,,Bxe5 16 Bxe5..Qxe5 17 Nc3..Bxg2 would have been promising for Black. Chuchelov's 15..Qxd6! was both forced and strong. Losing for White would have been 29 Rxa7..Rxa7 30 Qxa7,,f3 31 Bf1..f2 32 b6..Nc4+! 33 Kd3..Nxd6 34 Qxd7..Bc4 35 Ke3..Bxf1 36 Qxe6+..Rf7 37 Qxd6..Ba6. After 35 Qb3! Black had a w; White could have drawn with 35 Qxe5..Rxf1+ 36 Kd2..Rd1+ 37 Kc3..Rc1+ 38 Kd2 and Black has to repeat moves with 38..Rd1+ as White would have won after 38..f1(Q)? 39 Qh5+..g6 40 Qxh7+..Kf6 41 Qh8+..Kg5 42 Qe5+..Qf5 43 Qg3+..Kf6 44 Rf8+..Kg7 45 Rxf5. In time pressure Black missed 36..Bf3! and then White missed 37 Qh5+..Bg6 38 Qxe5..Rxf1 39 Qe2.

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