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Leinier Dominguez Perez vs Eduardo Patricio Iturrizaga Bonelli
Olympiad (2008), Dresden GER, rd 4, Nov-16
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B32)  ·  1-0



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Nov-16-08  ruelas007: Wow simply amazing the way dominguez controlled the position completely, with great calculation he exploded the weaknesses of the black king's position eventhought it seemed to me that he may have some problems along the a6f1 diagonal but he had all calulated out. The final position is completely lost for black, mate in few i think unavoidable, can someone with a comp check that out?
Nov-16-08  veigaman: <ruelas007> lenier is playing great chess, he just outplayed iturrizaga. Well done by lenier, well deserved his latest achievements
Nov-16-08  MarkusKann: Great
Nov-17-08  Andrew Chapman: Well, a patzer like me would say inadvisable to exchange your g7 bishop for a knight if your opponent still has his dark squared bishop. And so it turned out.
Nov-23-08  MindCtrol9: I believe Leinier is a great player,and he is the best in Cuba since Capablanca,that is my opinion.His way of play is just like what he is,a Champion.He plays simple,he plays the position the way it demands,and he does not care to sacrifice neither to get the initiative,and very accurate,by the way.I follow his games,and I do believe he is a headache to anyone in the chess world.
Nov-28-08  XMarxT3hSpot: <Andrew Chapman>That's my opinion too. What did Black try to achieve? Miscalculation or simply bad judgement of the resulting position?
Nov-28-08  savagerules: Black's 13th move was suicidal. With an empty fianchetto kingside for Black and White with the dark square Bishop and the center open, it's already a won position.

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