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Li Shilong vs Wang Hao
Chinese Championship (2009), Xinghua Jiangsu CHN, rd 6, May-31
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Three Knights Variation (E21)  ·  0-1



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Jun-01-09  notyetagm: Li Shilong vs Wang Hao, 2009

Damn, Wang Hao wins *again*!

5 1/2 out of 6 now for Wang Hao!

Jun-01-09  notyetagm: 35 ... ?

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35 ... ♗d5-c4! 0-1 Δ 36 ... ♖f8-f1#, 36 ... ♖d6x♖d4

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Now *that* is how you break a <PIN>.

Jun-01-09  notyetagm: Game Collection: BALEFUL INFLUENCE: every single square attacked

<ESS>: <LINE PIECES> ♗♖♕♕♖♗ become *unbelievably* dangerous if there is even a single, solitary square of significance somewhere on their lines.

Li Shilong vs Wang Hao, 2009
35 ... Bd5-c4! Black d6-rook threatens d1-mating square thru the White d4-rook

Jun-02-09  Notagm: Very weak play for a player rated 2557. More like 1557.

17. Ne1 was a howler, allowing Black's Queen to assume a threatening position. Had the Knight stayed on f3, Black's job would have been much more difficult.

Nov-24-09  Atking: Just to enjoy the game a bit more that game 15.dxc6ep?! Bxc6 16.Nd4? Rxg2+ 17.KxR Qg5+ 18.Kh3 (18.Kh1? Nxf2# / 18.Kf3?? Qg4#) and simply Bb7 with Rf8~Rf6 Black is clearly better.

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