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Evgeny Ilgizovich Bareev vs Peter Leko
Corus Group A (2002), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 5, Jan-17
Queen's Indian Defense: Spassky System (E14)  ·  1-0

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Aug-09-09  JaneEyre: <GM Leko: I play ok, but so far I have been giving "too many presents" I could have won the game vs Bareev in one move..>

25...g5 I assume. Then 27...Qg5 loses the exchange.

Aug-08-18
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  plang: 25 Kg2? was an error that Black could have punished with 25..g5 26 Qxa7..Bd5 and the bishop on h3 cannot be saved. After 27..Qg5? Black lost material; better was 27..Nd5 28 Qxh7..Nxe3 29 fxe..Bxd4 30 g4..Qxb5 31 Bxd4..Qe2+ 32 Kg3..Qf3+ with a perpetual. After 37..Bxg3 38 fxg..Qxg3+ 39 Qg2..Qxe3+ 40 Qf2..Qxa3 41 Qf4 White would have been winning.

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