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Pavel Eljanov vs Gata Kamsky
European Club Cup (2008), Kallithea GRE, rd 6, Oct-22
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Nimzowitsch Variation Timman's Line (E15)  ·  1-0

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Oct-23-08  chaarl: 19. dxc6! nice one. Winning a pawn, and setting the stage for a fine attacking finish, after some interesting offers and counter offers.
Oct-23-08  notyetagm: 18 ... b6-b5?


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<chaarl: 19. dxc6! nice one. Winning a pawn, and setting the stage for a fine attacking finish, after some interesting offers and counter offers.>

White's 19 d5xc6! is a wonderful <ZWISCHENZUG> based on the tactical theme <CONSECUTIVE CAPTURES>.

That White d5-pawn is one <RABID PAWN>, with the threat of 20 c6x♗b7 and 21 b7x♖a8=♕, followed by 21 ... ♖c8x♕a8 22 ♗g2x♖a8, and White has won ♗♖♖ for ♕.

Sep-05-10  notyetagm: Game Collection: PAWNS ARE POWERFUL!

Eljanov vs Kamsky, 2008 18 ... b6-b5? 19 d5xc6! c6-pawn threatens b7-bishop,a8-rook, Q

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18 ... b6-b5? 19 d5xc6! c6-pawn threatens b7-bishop,a8-rook, Q
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