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Alexander Moiseenko vs Vugar Gashimov
Calvia Olympiad (2004), Calvia ESP, rd 6, Oct-20
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  0-1

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Jan-13-05
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  tamar: After 25...Nc5 White has trouble extricating his pawn-snatching bishop on b7. Be4 is not safe because of the threat of...d5

Fighting chess by Gashimov to inflict one of the few defeats on the Ukrainian team during the Olympiad. There is an interview with the 18 year old Azerbaijani and notes to this game at http://www.chesscafe.com/misha/mish...

Jan-13-05  drukenknight: it looks like 32 Rb3 might make more sense
Jan-13-05
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  tamar: <drukenknight> Gashimov gives "32.Rb3 Ba4 33.Rb4 d3 34.Be4 Bc2 " with the strong threat of queen takes rook on b4 next, and if 35 Rb6 Rxa3 embarrasses the queen which has no flight squares.

If 33 Rb6 Qc5 34 Qb1(33 Rxe6 Bd7) d3 Black is advancing the d pawn while winning the a pawn in this line too.

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