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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Ian Nepomniachtchi
Russian Team Championship (2008), Dagomys RUS, rd 7, Apr-09
Semi-Slav Defense: Meran. Wade Variation Kaidanov Gambit (D47)  ·  1-0

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Apr-09-08  Per: Great attacking chess! A Bad beating for Nepo.
Apr-09-08  Bobsterman3000: Whoa!
Apr-09-08  jon01: 13. ...g6 is probably the mistake, I analysed the game a bit and found that black should have played Nxe5 instead.
Apr-11-08  piteira8: Black's position crumbles after 24. Nc5.
Apr-11-08  Atking: To say <13. ...g6 is probably the mistake, jon01> you should find the genius move and idea behind f5!!
Apr-11-08  sitzkrieg: what is the idea behind f5?
Apr-12-08  mistreaver: I guess the idea behind f5 is to open f file for rook and hamper black kings shelter
Apr-12-08  euripides: At the end perhaps White wins by 23...Rxh8 24.Nc5 (rather than Bxb7 Nxf4) Qc6 25.Bd6+ Qxd6 26.Nxb7 (perhaps Bxb7) Qxa6 27.Qxd5 Qxb7 28.Qe5+ winning the rook.
Apr-12-08
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  Gilmoy: 17..fxe6 18.Bxg6+, or 17..N7<any> 18.Bb5+, so Black must return the piece. Hence, 15.f5 was just a slo-mo exchange, and its real point was to give Black awkward development.

Ironically, after 19.Bxa6 White is momentarily <up> two pawns, after Tartakower: <It is always better to sacrifice your opponent's men>. Shak just returns them to keep Nepo scampering.

Apr-12-08  sitzkrieg: thanks <gilmoy>
Apr-19-08
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  whiteshark: From an Interview with GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov:

Azerisport: Let's stop with the bad, how about the good. During your "bad streak" <which game stands out most in your head>?

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov: The win over Ian Nepomniachtchi in the Russian team championship. <I prepared so well for this game, that I beat him in 10 minutes>.

http://interviews.chessdom.com/mame...

Dec-19-08  notyetagm: <whiteshark: From an Interview with GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov:

Azerisport: Let's stop with the bad, how about the good. During your "bad streak" <which game stands out most in your head>?

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov: The win over Ian Nepomniachtchi in the Russian team championship. <<<<I prepared so well for this game, that I beat him in 10 minutes>>>>.

http://interviews.chessdom.com/mame...;

Wow, 10 minutes OTB time to beat Nepo.

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