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Morteza Mahjoob vs Zurab Azmaiparashvili
FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2004), Tripoli LBA, rd 1, Jun-19
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Weiss Variation (B09)  ·  1-0



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Jun-20-04  acirce: In game 2 Azmaiparashvili has sacrificed or just lost his queen for two bishops and a couple of pawns... Sure there is some compensation, but I wonder..
Jun-20-04  acirce: He won, though. I'll look at the game closer. Looked good for White in the end, but was there enough compensation from the beginning?
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  wwall: Black makes a mistake with 38...Re8?, allowing 39.Qf6! Black should have played 38...Qe7.

After 38...Re8 39.Qf6!, White threatens 40.Qf8+ Rxf8 41.Rxf8 mate. Now, if 39...Ne6, then 40.Nf5 wins.

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