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Arkadij Naiditsch vs Alexander Onischuk
Montreal International Chess Tournament (2009), rd 5
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Modern Main Line (C89)  ·  1-0



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Sep-01-09  timhortons: 44.Nf6 is better

Naiditsch,A - Onischuk,A, 10th Montreal Int'l Chess Tournament 2009

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1. (0.69): 44...Nf6 45.Rd4 Rb2+ 46.Kc7 Rf8 47.Ne5 Ne8+ 48.Kc6 Rc2+ 49.Kd7 Nf6+ 50.Ke6 Nh5 51.Raa4 Re2 52.Kd6 Ng3 53.Kd7 2. (0.73): 44...h5 45.Kc7 h4 46.d6 Nxd6 47.Kxd6 h3 48.Ra5 Rd2+ 49.Rd5 h2 50.Rb1

47...h5 is better

Naiditsch,A - Onischuk,A, 10th Montreal Int'l Chess Tournament 2009

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1. (1.79): 47...h5 48.Nf3 Rf8 49.Kc6 Rc8+ 50.Kb7 2. (2.26): 47...g6 48.Ra7 h5

<final position..onischuck handled the end game badly>

Naiditsch,A - Onischuk,A, 10th Montreal Int'l Chess Tournament 2009

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1. (6.65): 51.Kc7
2. (3.12): 51.Kb7 Kf8 52.Kc7 Nf6 53.Ne5 g6 54.d7

Sep-01-09  timhortons: scroll down below for naiditsch -onischuk picture of this game..

Rest day tomorrow...after that theres 5 more round to play....

Sep-02-09  capafan: By move 44. Onischuk is toast anyway. If you are looking for improvements begin near move 30. when black allows the WK to quickly move to the queenside.

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