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Nikolay Sorokin vs Nikolai Riumin
USSR Championship (1931), Moscow URS, rd 3, Oct-26
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  0-1

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Feb-12-06  refutor: this is an exciting game
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  GrahamClayton: Riumin's pawn sacrifice 16...g5?! leads to a very complicated and double-edged position. He is forced to sacrifice a rook with 22...h4 as 22...e4 23. fxe4 ♕xe4+ 24. ♕xe4 ♗xe4+ 25. ♔h3 and White repels the attack.

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