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Michal Krasenkow vs Boris Avrukh
European Club Cup (2004), Cesme TUR, rd 4, Oct-06
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange. Modern Exchange Variation (D85)  ·  1/2-1/2

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May-20-12  jaheave: 24 ... QxQ is very strong, as are 25. QxR, 25. QxQ, and 28. ... KxB. 27 ... Rxd5 wins a piece, although you have to calculate as many as three moves to see this. Result is a draw, although Black is winning.

I'm guessing this was a draw due to both flags falling, but this seems like it would qualify as an exceptionally sloppy ending, even to a bullet game between players rated a thousand points lower.

Maybe the game score is wrong?

Apr-16-13
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  FSR: Mega Database 2013 has the same ridiculous game score. Obviously it's wrong, as <jaheave> suggests.

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