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Dmitry Jakovenko vs Emil Davidovich Sutovsky
Karpov Poikovsky (2007), Poikovsky RUS, rd 5, Mar-19
Spanish Game: Open Variations. Main Lines (C80)  ·  1-0

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Mar-26-07  ALwoodpusher: The plan started with 17..Na3 seems doutbious, and after 24.Be2 it's not easy to meet Ng5.
Mar-27-07  Gnappo: 40.h5!! is a very strong move. Sutovsky blundered with 40....gxh5? that leads a chekmate in about 8 moves (in fact, if Jakovenko played 43.Kf4 instead of 43.Ne7+, the game wuold be win soon for 43....f6 44.e6,h4 45.Rg8+,Kh5 46.Rg4,Rxb3 47.Rxh4+,Kg6 48.Rh6#)
May-12-07  notyetagm: Jakovenko is so strong in the endgame it is scary. Here he wins with a mating attack in a simplified position!

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