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Jan Werle vs Daniel Fridman
European Union Championship (2008), Liverpool ENG, rd 7, Sep-15
Semi-Slav Defense: Anti-Moscow Gambit (D44)  ·  1-0

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Sep-16-08  DarthStapler: Nice game
Feb-18-09
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  GrahamClayton: While Black may have missed a couple of winning and drawing opportunities after move 35, Werle was rewarded for some very brave and positive play, such as refusing to regain a piece (20.bc3) and his speculative exchange sacrifice (25.♖b5).
Mar-03-14
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  TheAlchemist: An amazing game by the eventual tournament winner, should get more recognition (maybe as GOTD?).
Jan-29-20  areknames: <GrahamClayton> Yes, Black seems to be winning after for example 36...Rxe5 but it is nonetheless a spectacular attacking game. After 25...cxb5 White has a pawn for a rook but also the initiative. Gutsy play.

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