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Veselin Topalov vs Judit Polgar
Corus Group A (2005), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 10, Jan-26
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Check Variation Intermezzo Line (E15)  ·  0-1

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Jan-26-05  vanW: Give it a few more moves and white will throw in the towel. Together with his so to be said exellent form at the moment!! Well, he did go for it..........
Jan-26-05  Stevens: goodbye <opendefense> see you again !
Jan-26-05  bomb the bishop: doesn't matter, looks like top's imploding anyway.
Jan-26-05  Buddy2: Polgar has too many pieces to play with.
Jan-26-05  Stevens: topalov's having a long think - is he deciding he's had enough?
Jan-26-05  popski: She will probably sac one minor piece...
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: Rf5 then ?
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: per my screen at corus its :35 :46 !!
Jan-26-05
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  chessgames.com: The clocks are messed up right now, please disregard the times we are displaying.
Jan-26-05  Stevens: are you saying the clocks are stopped cause he's resigned or that we are behind in the moves here?
Jan-26-05
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  Gypsy: Come on Veselin: either resign or play on. But to surrender this by letting time expire would be crass!
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: Ok guys, its way past my bed time, see ya and have fun, bye all
Jan-26-05  popski: 47... 35:46 min
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: Polgar Won!!!! yay!!
Jan-26-05  arielbekarov: <Open Defence> So Good night then ! Bye ! Ariel
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: 48. h4 Be7
49. f5 Rf6 50. Rg4 Rb4 51. Ra8+ Rf8 52. Rxf8+ Bxf8 0-1
Jan-26-05  radu stancu: Wow, Topa resigned! Good game, Judit! :)
Jan-26-05  percyblakeney: Well done, Polgar!
Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: Really calm way to close it out, good killer instinct.

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Jan-26-05  arielbekarov: YES ! She did it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks two bouth Judit Polgar and Veselin Topalov for a wonderful game !

And a lot of thanks to all of you for such nice company !

My congratulations to JUDIT POLGAR !

Thank you all !
Ariel

Jan-26-05
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Jan-26-05
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  Open Defence: ok its really late will check the site tommorrow, for the last time lol BYE!!! Good night!!
Jan-26-05  shr0pshire: Congrats Judit! Great win.
Jan-26-05  Dres1: she's nasty
Jan-26-05
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  cu8sfan: Congratulations, Judit, and thanks, <chessgames.com>!
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