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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Nurlan Ibraev
World Cup (2005), Khanty-Mansiysk RUS, rd 1, Nov-28
Queen's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation (E12)  ·  1-0

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Dec-01-05  SADDAM: last move should say mate , not check, chessgames.com correct it pleas, nice finish, i have a feeling he hardly broke a sweat during this game
Dec-01-05  beenthere240: Who could guess that 14...Bd6 loses? It looks like a Tuesday problem. (And it's not the first of those type combinations!)
Dec-06-05  DanielBryant: <beenthere>

I wonder if 16...Qe6 is the fatal error. Qd7 might be playable. It's surprising that the move actually played loses on the spot.

Dec-17-05
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  Richard Taylor: I think 16...Qe6 is not as god as Qd7 and may have helped things -perhaps also Black should try 13. ... bxd5 although then he has to organise his central pawns so at he is attacking and not coming under fire

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