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Iwan Bonoo vs Jean-Marc Degraeve
28th Ghent Open (2005), Ghent BEL, rd 1, Jul-16
King's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation. Stein Defense (E92)  ·  0-1

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Dec-01-06  Whitehat1963: Great puzzle after 23. Rae1. Black sends white to Degraeve.
Dec-01-06  technical draw: Forget it <Whitehat> Bo, oh no! dug his own grave.
Mar-25-11  takchess: What is the continuation after 26. Qxf4 ? I see that black has the attack but how would it end?

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Mar-25-11
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  Sastre: After 26.Qxf4, 26...Be5 27.Ng4 Bxg4 28.Qf7+ Kh8 29.Rf2 Bd4 wins.
Mar-25-11  takchess: Sastre,
thanks!
Mar-25-11  joupajou: I'd try 23.Qd1. Possibly not the best move, but what else do I have? I don't like 23.exf5, because 23. ..gxf5 and we're back in square one.
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