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Sergei Rublevsky vs Vitaly Tseshkovsky
Russian Championship (2003), Krasnoyarsk RUS, rd 2, Sep-04
Scotch Game: Mieses Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Mar-31-09  xrt999: interesting game. Of course, black cant take on the bishop with 23...Kxd7, ostensibly, due to 24.Rxd3+ Rxd3 25.Ne5+ K-move 26.Nxd3. On closer inspection, though this might actually turn out to be better than the text, as it clears some material and also opens up movement of black's bishop.

On the other hand, 14...Nxg6 seems a little more reasonable. After 14...Nxg6 and then 15...0-0-0 black seems to have a more solid position. Black could then try for 16...c5 and 17...Bb7 to open up the movement of the bishop and try for some sort of attack.

Apr-01-09  DarthStapler: You mean 14... Nxf6, right?

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