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Peter Svidler vs Emil Davidovich Sutovsky
36th Olympiad (2004), Calvia ESP, rd 6, Oct-20
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1-0

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Oct-21-04  AdrianP: This is a terrific game - Svidler looks to be on very good form. Well worth playing through.
Oct-25-04  themindset: the massive space advantage black achieves out of the opening is quite uncharacteristic of the english attack, and i wonder if it's only an optical illusion?

computers are kinda weak at judging such positions, but i wonder what the general opinion is on the position after the 17th move...?

Mar-19-05  mymt: Larry Christiansen - Corus Preview & English Attack - www.chess.fm -mentions this game in his comments to another very interesting game Adams v Lars Bo Hansen, commenting in detail on the reaction to an early ...b4 saying Svidler v Sutovsky was a model game worthy of study.
Jun-09-09  RobertLangdon: Yeah,This is a terrific game.Stylish victory from Svidler.
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