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Peter Svidler vs David Navara
European Team Championship (2007), Heraklion GRE, rd 3, Oct-30
Spanish Game: Closed Variations (C84)  ·  1-0

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Oct-31-07  ALwoodpusher: The series of exchange after 17...Ng4 leads to a poor game for Black (the R-ending after 29.Ke2 looks lost for Black)
Nov-01-07  xanadu: Yes, it seems that 17...Ng4 is not really a good move.BlackĀ“s Queen side is still weak, so must avoid exchanges which remark weakness.
Nov-03-07
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  Mateo: In my opinon, it is not 17...Ng4 which was wrong but 23...Rf5 (?!). The sac of a pawn seems questionable. Black could defend against the double attack Rd6. 23...Rc8 protecting the Knight holds. Then, if 24.Rd6 Kf7. Otherwise another good game for Svidler.

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