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Thomas Roussel-Roozmon vs Pascal Charbonneau
Montreal (2008), Montreal CAN, rd 1, Aug-24
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Bayonet Attack (E97)  ·  0-1



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Aug-28-08  Riverbeast: According to Charbonneau (in Chess Life Online) every single move of this game, up to the final 25...Nxe4, was home prep
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  IMlday: It looks like 20..Bf8 is a TN improving on 20..Nh7.
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  TonyRo: I'm not sure if it's a novelty, given that it's in Golubev's "Understanding the King's Indian"
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  GrahamClayton: The obvious 25..hg1(♕)+ only leads to a perpetual check after 26.Rg1 Ne4 27.Rg7+
Dec-23-09  KingG: One of the points of 20...Bf8 is that 21.Bxf8 fails to the typical King's Indian sacrifice 21...Nxe4!, clearing the way for the Queen to go to h4.
Jan-09-10  timhortons: i witness this game.
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If <24. hxg3> Rxg3+ 25. Kh1 Ng4 26. fxg4 Qh4+ 27. Bh2 Rh3 28. Kg1 Rxh2 29. Rf1 Qg3 mate.

Jul-15-16  Toribio3: Roozmon is a very strong player.
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