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Pavel Tregubov vs Ruslan Ponomariov
RUS-chT (1995), Briansk (Russia), rd 3
Italian Game: Giuoco Pianissimo. Normal (C50)  ·  0-1

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Jan-28-02  knight: White errs with 23.Bc2 overlooking 25..Qxf2!
Feb-23-14  LIFE Master AJ: I think I was the one that submitted this game ... I saw it shortly after it was played.
Feb-24-14  LIFE Master AJ: Opening Explorer

I played this system for may years ... see A J Goldsby vs D Baker, 1989 as one example, I played this line (through 17.Re3) from the time I was a kid, until I was probably well past 40! (This is a lost game, and not one of my better efforts. However, it does clearly illustrate the problems with this line and is one of the reasons that I no longer play this particular system.)

Feb-28-14  LIFE Master AJ: This is one of the games that could have arose from Salwe vs Rubinstein, 1903, this game is (possibly) theoretically important and an improvement over that game.
Mar-01-14  john barleycorn: <Feb-28-14
<Premium Chessgames Member by courtesy of John Barleycorn> LIFE Master AJ: This is one of the games that could have arose from Salwe vs Rubinstein, 1903, this game is (possibly) theoretically important and an improvement over that game.>

Maybe. But definitely your loss against D. Baker is absolutely misplaced here.

Nov-18-17
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  tpstar: Black to Play and Win after 25. Rxh1.

15. Kg3!? was pretty adventurous. At the end, 38. Rxa6?? is out due to 38 ... Bd3+.

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