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Yasser Seirawan vs Peter Biyiasas
Lone Pine (1981), Lone Pine, CA USA, rd 3, Mar-31
Indian Game: London System (A48)  ·  1-0

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Oct-18-10  sevenseaman: A fine calisthenics display by Seirawan.
Jul-17-12  Everett: It seems that that running of the c-pawn was a calculated risk that paid off for Seirawan. <32.Bf8> seems better, but the position remains complicated to play with the clock ticking. With a rook on the 7th, a passed pawn, a N and Q in the attack, and Black with an ineffective rook on h8, there are some chances for White in the position.
Jan-02-18  Howard: Interesting enough, the Informant claims that 28.c5?? was a blunder and that Black could have won by replying 28...Bf8.

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