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Natalia Zdebskaja vs Sergey Karjakin
Ukrainian Team ch (2000), Alushta
Alekhine Defense: Exchange Variation (B03)  ·  1-0

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Apr-27-05  Karpova: the resulting position looks quite nice.
Apr-27-05  Shams: why not 28...Nxc8? just to keep pressure on d5?
Apr-27-05  Karpova: <Shams>
28...nc8: 29.rf6:!
Jan-12-08  rusich: <karpova>you are so wise.Please tell me why karjakin didn't take 28...Rac8???
Aug-10-09
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  Richard Taylor: After 28. ... Rac8 then maybe 29. Nxd6 and if then 29. ... exd6 30. Bxc8 Rxc8 31. Rxf6 looks strong. Or if 30 ... Rxe1+ 31. Rxe1 Nxc8 32. Re8+

Or 29. Bxc8 is possible

Apr-02-16
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  wwall: After 28...Raxc8, just 29.Bxc8. If 29...Rxc8, then 30.Rxe7 Nxd5 31.Rxb7, threatening 32.Nxd6. If 29...Nxc8, then 30.Rxf6 Kg7 31.Nxd6 exd6 32.Rxe8 Kxf6 33.Rxc8 wins.
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