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Alexander Shabalov vs Darmen Sadvakasov
Continental op 45' (2000) (blitz), Los Angeles, rd 9, Jul-24
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Goteborg (Argentine) (B98)  ·  1-0

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Oct-24-07  Whitehat1963: Okay, here's a crazy suggestion: what happens if 22. Qh7+ Rxh7 23. gxh7? What's best at that point?
Oct-24-07  Shams: resignation.
Apr-15-08  gothenburg: if 22.Qh7+ Rxh7 23.gxh7 then Kg7 looks good for black
Apr-15-08  mistreaver: What happens if 17 ... Rxf7? then after 18 gxf7 ch what is the continuination
Apr-15-08  IT4L1CO: <mistreaver> i think Rf1+ wins simply. Ex. Rf1+ Kg8 (If Ke8 Qg6+ Ke7 Qf7#) Qg6+ Kh8 Rf7. Ask Crafty for Bf6 or Bf6 or Qf6...
Apr-15-08  gothenburg: mistreaver Check out T Schmidt vs E Limayo 1999. It follows my analyses for 39 moves from New in Chess Yearbook 48 !!

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