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Vadim Zvjaginsev vs Alexander Riazantsev
Aeroflot Open (2003), Moscow RUS, rd 1, Feb-11
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Zviagintsev-Krasenkov Attack (A18)  ·  1-0

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Sep-07-07  Resignation Trap: Another classic game from the creative genius of Vadim Zvjaginsev . White played the totally recalcitrant 4.g4! and his opponent never seemed to get into the game.
Nov-06-18  Saniyat24: Oh yes...! The dream c-file...!!
Nov-06-18  Saniyat24: Is 24...Ba6 a viable option for Black?
Nov-06-18
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  whiteshark: <Saniyat24: Is 24...Ba6 a viable option for Black?> Not after <25.Qxd4>!!


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Black to move

1) +10.8 (26 ply) 25...Rfd8 26.Qe5 Qxa4 27.Rc7 Qxc4+ 28.Rxc4 bxc4 29.h5 Re8 30.Qd5 Rad8 31.Qc6 c3 32.Qxa6 cxb2+ 33.Kxb2 Rd7 34.Qb5 Rde7 35.Qxf5 a6 36.Qc5 a5 37.Be3 h6 38.gxh6 gxh6 39.Qxa5 Rb8+ 40.Kc2

2) +11.37 (26 ply) 25...Qd8 26.Qxg7+ Kxg7 27.Be5+ Rf6 28.Bxf6+ Qxf6 29.gxf6+ Kxf6 30.Bxb5 Bxb5 31.Rxb5 a6 32.Rb7 Rc8+ 33.Nc3 Rh8 34.Rb6+ Ke5 35.Rxa6 Kf4 36.Rh2 Kf3 37.Rf6 Kf4 38.Rh1 Ke5 39.Rh6 Kf4 40.Ra6 Kf3 41.Rh2 Kf4 42.Ra5 Rf8 43.Nd5+ Kf3

1.0 minute analysis by Stockfish 9 v010218

Nov-06-18  Saniyat24: hmmm...thanks <whiteshark> with that diagram it is clear that Black's position is just done and dusted...2 bishop too much firepower for White..

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