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Severin Papa vs Sergey Karjakin
4th Young Masters (2003), Lausanne SUI, rd 2, Sep-20
Sicilian Defense: Fischer-Sozin Attack. Flank Variation (B87)  ·  0-1

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Mar-01-04  Quant: ouch!
Mar-01-04  pawntificator: White is trying to be too aggressive. Maybe 13 Bf4 would be a good try?
Mar-01-04  square dance: would 19.Nd2 do better? or even 19.Rd3 planning Rhd1? am i missing something or isnt it obvious that black will have a 3-2 edge on the d4 pawn very soon? and furthermore isnt 20.Nxf6 just an out and out blunder? i hope i wouldnt make that move in 2 minute blitz. maybe im missing something here, could someone enlighten me?
Jan-20-06  DanRoss53: 11. exf6 wins... see J Arizmendi-Martinez vs I Yagupov, 2003
Mar-20-08  Elxiddicus: Ivanchuk played the same line as this against Karjakin 5 years later and won with 14. Qxe6.
Mar-20-08  Shams: <11. exf6 wins... see J Arizmendi-Martinez vs I Yagupov, 2003> <DanRoss53> that game included 10.0-0-0 0-0 before 11.e5-- a big difference. I don't think white has enough for the queen after 11.exf6 here.
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