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Alexander Motylev vs David Navara
Corus Group B (2009), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 1, Jan-17
Philidor Defense: General (C41)  ·  0-1

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Jan-17-09
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  patzer2: Instead of immediately playing 28. Nxc1 or 28. Rxc1 , White tries a bad in between move with 28. Nxc6?? This blunder forces White's resignation after 28. Nxc6?? Red8! 29. Rxc1 Bxd3! 30. Bxd3 Ndxc5 when Black wins a piece with this combined pin and discovered attack tactic.
Jan-19-09  notyetagm: <patzer2: Instead of immediately playing 28. Nxc1 or 28. Rxc1 , White tries a bad in between move with 28. Nxc6?? This blunder forces White's resignation after 28. Nxc6?? Red8! 29. Rxc1 Bxd3! 30. Bxd3 Ndxc5 when Black wins a piece with this combined pin and discovered attack tactic.>

Nice analysis.

Jan-19-09  Mulyahnto: I guess white tried a zwischenzug that wasn't there.
Jan-21-09  Garech: Nice play by Navara, the opening there was hedgehogesque and full of dynamic potential - won't be long before he's in group A!
Mar-27-20
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  WTHarvey: Black wins:


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