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Aloyzas Kveinys vs Lim Yee Weng
Bled Olympiad (2002), Bled SLO, rd 1, Oct-26
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. General (B70)  ·  1-0

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Dec-21-04  Backward Development: wow. if this is olympiad quality chess, i should have been at Calvia.
Dec-21-04
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  beenthere240: I dunno, 17.Bd2 is hard to see. I think black imagined that 15....Bfe8 was a trap and therefore he didn't protect the bishop at d7 with something like Bfd8. After all, if white plays 17 Qxa1 then 17....Re1+ is a victory against a player with a 300+ rating advantage. So if you're a 2500 rated player then I guess you should be playing at the Chess Olympics!
Apr-04-05
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  WannaBe: Hum, Could black have fought on with Bc3? Have to get out my Fritz and examine this one.
Apr-04-05  iron maiden: If 17...Bc3, Qf3 wins the bishop or mates.
Apr-05-05
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  WannaBe: <iron maiden> Ah! Thank you. I see it now.

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