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German Pankov vs Krisztian Szabo
European Youth Championship (2006), Herceg Novi MNE, rd 2, Sep-11
Queen's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation. Farago Defense (E12)  ·  1-0

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Nov-28-07  GreenArrow: Great game by white. I don't know if 7.d5 is refuted, but 9...Be7 looks like a better try. The Nc6-a5/Be6 must be wrong because black got blown away in the centre. After 18.e6!, I do not think there is an adequate defence. 11...Bb7 followed by a swift 0-0 might be better (...d5 at various stages looks dodgy in view of stuff like e4 d4 Bb5+ when white has irritating moves like Bb5+ Nc6 Nxd4!) but then black simply has a compromised position, though he is still a pawn to the good. Playing the petrosian system myself I am going to give this 7.d5 move a try.
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