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Alexander G Beliavsky vs Miguel Illescas Cordoba
Ubeda (1997), Ubeda ESP, rd 10, Feb-??
Slav Defense: Chameleon Variation (D15)  ·  1-0

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Oct-05-06
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  plang: 6 g3 is not played that often in the 4..a6 Slav. The position resembles the Catalan. Illescas is never able to properly develop his queenside and his queen gets caught in no-mans land. Belyavsky chases it around slowly improving the position of his pieces then forcing the win of material with 28 Ne7 and 29 Rcd2. Illescas had the opportunity to exchange queens a few moves earlier which would have eased his defense.

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