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Alexander Veingold vs Daniel Grigoryevich Fridman
Zonal tournament (1998), Tallinn
Semi-Slav Defense: Botvinnik System. Lilienthal Variation (D44)  ·  1-0

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May-24-06  whatthefat: This is a stunning example of white's resources in the botvinnik semi-slav. Surely the best game of Veingold's career.
May-27-10
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  plang: 18 Re1 was new; although it was voted the second best opening innovation in Informant 73 there are no other games with it in the database. In this enormously complicated position Veingold is sceptical of 18..Ne5?! recommending 18..bxc or 18..fxe as possible alternatives. Pretty concluding attack; voted the third best game in Informant 73.
Oct-24-14  The17thPawn: When does this become Botvinnik Semi-Slav rather than QGD Noteboom variation?
Oct-24-14  Shams: <17thPawn> 4...dc would be the Noteboom I believe. And thanks for bringing this fantastic game to my attention!
Oct-24-14
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  perfidious: This game never was a Noteboom, which arises after the moves 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c6 4.Nf3 (4.e4 is the Marshall Gambit, with reams of theory) dxc4: Opening Explorer

Here is a fighting game I played in the Noteboom a while ago: D Beaumont vs A Shaw, 1998.

Oct-26-14  The17thPawn: <Shams> & <Perfidious> - Thanks for setting me straight. I asked because I stumbled across this game when looking at variations when the Noteboom was the opening of the day.
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