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Kirill Kuderinov vs Marc Tyler Arnold
36th World Open (2008), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 4, Jul-04
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1-0



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Jul-14-08  notyetagm: From <Chess Today 2802>, the Test Yourself! section.

<Kuderinov - Arnold
World Open Philadelphia (4), 2008

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17.a5! Qxa5

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(17...Qc5 18.c3)

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18.Qe1 1–0.>

Final position after 18 ♕d1-e1 <pin> 1-0

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White <PINS> the Black b4-knight to the <UNDEFENDED> Black a5-queen, winning the helpless steed.

Jul-25-11  Xeroxx: Hey Arnold

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