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Victor Mikhalevski vs Gata Kamsky
37th World Open (2009), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 7, Jul-04
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation (D11)  ·  1-0

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Jul-05-09  percyblakeney: Kamsky is far from showing Candidates form here, even if he scored a very nice win against Shabalov all his games have been against 2500 players except this one, where he lost rather badly.
Jul-06-09  zluria: I don't understand why Kamsky resigned here. Yes, his position is bad. The Knights are passive and the h4 pawn is going down, but some minor piece endings are drawn even two pawns down, aren't they? At least he could keep trying...
Jul-06-09
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  whiteshark: <zluria> You have already posted the answer:

< Yes, his position is bad.
< The Knights are passive
< and the h4 pawn is going down,...>>
>

the black ♘d7 is immobile as guard of ♙b6 and ♘g7 is immobile as guard of ♙f5

Constellation wKxh4 / bKg6 when ♙e3-e4-e5 comes up as threat...

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