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Mircea-Emilian Parligras vs Sergei Tiviakov
Bundesliga (2008/09), Various GER, rd 2, Oct-05
Scandinavian Defense: Gubinsky-Melts Defense (B01)  ·  0-1

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Nov-06-08  Alphastar: 22. ..? black to play for a tuesday puzzle.
Nov-11-08  Ybrevo: I really like to see Tiviakov keeps playing the Dd6- Scandinavian! It seems unsound, but nevertheless he gets very good results with it - probably because he knows it better than most players, and there are not much theory to find.
Feb-10-09  notyetagm: <Alphastar: 22. ..? black to play for a tuesday puzzle.>

22 ... ?


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22 ... ♖a4x♗c4!


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Tiviakov's excellent 22 ... ♖a4x♗c4! wins two pieces for a rook using a <PIN AGAINST AN UNDEFENDED PIECE> after the continuation 23 b3x♖c4 ♖f8-d8.

23 b3x♖c4 ♖f8-d8 <pin>


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Weteschnik:

ALWAYS BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR WAYS TO CREATE OR AVOID PINS

EVERY UNDEFENDED PIECE IS A POTENTIAL CANDIDATE FOR A PIN

EVERY ATTACKED PIECE OF YOURS STANDING IN FRONT OF ANOTHER OF YOUR PIECES SHOULD BE REGARDED AS PINNED

TWO PIECES OF THE SAME COLOR ON A FILE OR A DIAGONAL CREATE THE PRECONDITIONS FOR A PIN

Sep-27-12  shakman: Bc4??

It looks like Tiviakov plays this defense pretty often....

Theory is pretty deep here....found another game N Mamedov vs A A Kharitonov, 2009

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