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Gata Kamsky vs Jesse Kraai
Foxwoods Open (2007), rd 5, Apr-06
French Defense: Steinitz. Boleslavsky Variation (C11)  ·  1-0

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Apr-10-07  geraldo8187: yeah, it would be nice to sac a piece in the opening against a 2700+ player. probably be a little nicer to win
Apr-11-07  MyriadChoices: This is all theory up until like, 17. But white has the advantage, at least it seems like it in practice, though it is dynamic.
Apr-11-07  kingsindian2006: i enjoyed move 18 by gata..
Apr-11-07  jtd200: I think the sac was a good try... Black wound up with 3 pawns for the piece, and an initiative. It was risky, though, and we got to see why...

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