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Emil Sutovsky vs Marco Pacheco
Turin Olympiad (2006), Turin ITA, rd 3, May-23
French Defense: Winawer. Classical Variation (C18)  ·  0-1

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May-25-06  russian bunny: Sutovsky paid the price for his somtimes over-aggressive style. here's his sacrafices are refuted by a player who's rated 300 elo lower than him. not a pretty sight.
May-25-06  dehanne: At least he went down in style..
May-30-06  Inf: i dont know if you guys liked this game or not. i guess not. i present to you another peruvian promise on chess toguether with Emilio Cordoba: Marco Pacheco.
Jun-06-06  acirce: I wonder what Emil was thinking when he played 23.c4?, seems completely illogical so maybe he had intended some sort of tactics afterwards but realized it failed?
Jun-09-06  Atking: <acirce: I wonder what Emil was thinking when he played 23.c4?, seems completely illogical so maybe he had intended some sort of tactics afterwards but realized it failed?> I have the same feeling about this game. I don't understand 23.c4 ? All looks as a wonderful concept from GM Sutovsky if he had continued his plan: pin on Nd5. Why not 23.Re3 g5 24.Qd2! (aiming for Ba5) 24. ...Ng6 (24. ...Ke7? 25.e6! Nxe6 26.Rde1 NxRe3 27.QxNe3 Be4 28.f3 Qa5 29.Bc3!) 25.Rd3 Nf4 (25. ...Ne7 26.c4) 26.Rd4 and now Bc3-Ba5 as b6 cxb axb Bxb6!! After an incredible opening White get finaly some chance. More I look in details Sutovsky's game in this olympiad more I got the impression that he could have 2 or 3 points more.

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