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Andreas Tzermiadianos vs Bartosz Socko
European Club Cup (2002), Halkidiki GRE, rd 4, Sep-25
French Defense: Tarrasch Variation (C03)  ·  0-1

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Apr-02-06  blingice: Great endgame playing by Socko. I think that Tzermiadianos let this game slip, as by move 20 he had black's pawns in ruins (two doubled pawn groups, three groups total compared to white's two group total of connected pawns) and had a great kingside attack with a bishop, pawn, and two rooks. The biggest blunder was 25. Nd4, because it led to it being pinned, but had to move to get a pawn and knight for a rook. That would've been a tough line to see for white though, although the 25..Ra1 26. Kg1 Rd1 probably should've been seen, and would give a clue to what would happen.

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