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Yury Shulman vs Giovanni Vescovi
American Continental Championship (2005), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 11, Aug-16
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Nimzowitsch Variation Quiet Line (E15)  ·  0-1

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Jan-14-07
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  Honza Cervenka: 37.Rxf4 was a mistake. 37.Rxf7 was necessary.
Jan-25-07  erli: Perhaps I"m missing something, but why did he play 34. f5?
Jan-26-07  Leviathan: <erli: why did he play 34. f5?> Probably just to open the f-file for the rook, since the f7 pawn is already under pressure.

It looks like a good idea to me but somehow white didn't catch the opportunity to grab the f7 pawn and lost because of that, as <Honza> rightly pointed out already.

Feb-02-07  tanuri: This is good for the world shulman game
Feb-03-07
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  al wazir: After 24 moves black's ♗s have moved nine times, only to wind up on their home squares.
Sep-07-08  WickedPawn: Good point <al wazir>

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