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Mohamad Al-Modiahki vs Wang Yaoyao
Torch Real Estate Cup China Chess League (2005), Wuxi CHN, rd 9, May-10
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. English Attack (B90)  ·  0-1

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Feb-27-06  hitman84: Nd5 seems to be refuted atleast in this game!

white's plan was faulty...

after 18.b5 the e2 B is dead

22...e4 was a good move, kills all plans for white

still it was only heading for a draw white lost only coz of pressing too much.

Feb-27-06  AdrianP: <hitman84> This game transposes into Anand-Kramnik (compare positions after move 11), in which Anand showed the right way to proceed for White

M Al-Modiahki vs Wang Yaoyao, 2005

Anand vs Kramnik, 2004

Anand's successful plan was to castle *queenside* and get the queenside pawn majority moving, which gives him at least a permanent edge (...much like the game we're playing at the moment...!).

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