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Elena Donaldson-Akhmilovskaya vs Wang Pin
2nd China-USA Summit (2002), Shanghai CHN, rd 4, Jul-15
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Bayonet Attack Sokolov's Line (E97)  ·  0-1

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Mar-15-09
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  Richard Taylor: Nice finish! With a Q sac!
Mar-19-09
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  Jonathan Sarfati: A sudden detonation there!
Mar-19-09
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  Richard Taylor: It's a good example of that var of the KI - I think White is o.k. if 24. Rad1 as 24.Bd1 while it is tricky - takes that strong B on f3 from a good defensive post and cedes the d file. But I may be missing something.

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