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Eric Schiller vs Yuri Rafailovich Yakovich
NY Open (1998), New York, NY USA, rd 1
Reti Opening: Advance Variation (A09)  ·  1-0

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Apr-14-08  Vollmer: 27...Qxb5 28.cxb5-Nxd3 29.Bxa5(or Bxd4 , or Nxd4) is unclear to me without a lot of analysis . It seems better than the game though .
Nov-29-10  BISHOP TAL: 9. c5! a clever defense if i do not take bxc6 giving up my prized b-pawn the queenside will remain closed and the base of the pawn chain.30.queen e3 contains a trap the knight should retreat to b4 then c6.Sciller 7 steps to better chess
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  ChessCoachClark: This game was included in LEARN CHESS TACTICS by John Nunn, Chapter 1, Fork.
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  ChemMac: 27....QXb5 29.cb NXd3 looks dead even, and Stockfish agrees with 0.00.
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: According to The Computer, black had better chances of holding on after 30..Qd1, ..Nb4, or ..Nc5.

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