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Alexander Morozevich vs Kiril Georgiev
European Club Cup (2006), Fuegen AUT, rd 3, Oct-10
Scotch Game: Meitner Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Oct-13-06
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  sisyphus: Perhaps 31... Kb7 wasn't such a good idea.
Oct-16-06  notyetagm: 35 ♘f5-d6+! is a great example of <CLEARANCE>.

Morozevich moves his White f5-knight off of the f-file with tempo so that he can follow up with 36 ♕f4-f8, creating mating threats that will cost Black a whole rook to prevent.

By giving up a knight via the <CLEARANCE> tactic to win a rook, White wins a clear exchange.

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