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Vladimir Kramnik vs Peter Toth
Masters-Challengers (1991), Rio de Janeiro BRA, rd 8
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Berlin Variation (E38)  ·  1-0



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Aug-18-06  lopium: If Kxg7 then Qg6 and black is lost.
Sep-20-06  notyetagm: 21 ♖xg7+! is yet another crushing rook sacrifice on g7.
Jun-13-08  Whitehat1963: Excellent Wednesday/Thursday puzzle after 19...Be6.
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  vonKrolock: After <18.♘xe5> it was already hard to find some defense:18...♘xe5 19.♗xe5 (a) f6 20.♕g6!, or (b) 19...g6 20.♖xg6+! etc. Yes, <14.g2-g4> was a poisoned gift... (on another note: Peter is Vince Toth's son, and father of Christian E.Toth - kind of a 'chessical dinasty')

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