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Alexander Morozevich vs Peter Leko
World Blitz Championship (2007) (blitz), Moscow RUS, rd 37, Nov-22
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E32)  ·  1-0

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Apr-03-08  ToTheDeath: Nice attack. Moro is a fierce blitz player.
Apr-03-08  notyetagm: <ToTheDeath: Nice attack. Moro is a fierce blitz player.>

Indeed.

Morozevich sure loves his <KILLER PAWNS>, like the White h6-pawn in this game. Those advanced pawns near the enemy king are just so damn powerful, threatening <MATE> on g7 and on the <BACK RANK> if the Black g8-king moves to h8, as well as <PROMOTION>.

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