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Melikset Khachiyan vs Doug Eckert
US Championship (2009), St. Louis, MO USA, rd 8, May-16
Sicilian Defense: Closed Variation. Traditional (B25)  ·  0-1

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May-17-09  notyetagm: Chess Today CT-3113, Test Yourself!

<24.Nxd6??

This example is fit for our
<<<'Beware: Blunder!' section>>> - White went for clever tactics, but did not see
a huge hole in his calculations!

24...Rxd6 25.Rxd6 Rxd6 26.e5
<<<Nd5! This is it - Black gets out of the fork without any damage!>>>>

May-17-09  notyetagm: Game Collection: Tempo (FORCING MOVES) lets you move for free

D Howell vs A Bitalzadeh, 2009

M Khachiyan vs D Eckert, 2009

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26 ... Nf6-d5! Black knight actually on d5, threat of - Nd5xRf4
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26 ... Nf6-d5! Black knight actually on d5, threat of - Nd5xRf4
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