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Peter Svidler vs Hikaru Nakamura
Los Inmortales (2002), Santo Domingo, rd 4
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Opocensky Variation (B92)  ·  1-0

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Sep-22-05  thomaspaine: If 25. ... ♕xf6, then ♗g5 followed by ♕h8.

If 25. ... gxf6, then gxf7 followed by ♗h6+ and ♖g7.

Jan-03-09
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  JointheArmy: Amazing game by Svidler.
Jun-16-09  cuendillar: 18...Qxe3? 19.Nd5 Qxg5 20.Nxe7+ and black can't recapture due to mate, so white wins a piece. Neat trick.
Aug-17-13  BlackFront: <Peter Crushing>

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