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Ray Robson vs Ivan Popov
48th World Junior Championship (2009), Puerto Madryn ARG, rd 11, Nov-01
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Neo-Modern Variation Early deviations (B62)  ·  0-1

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Nov-02-09  Notagm: White went downhill after 28. Rg3. Instead, 28. Bxf6 followed by 29. g3 keeping the extra pawn looks much stronger.
Nov-02-09  noviant: Notagm: White went downhill after 28. Rg3. Instead, 28. Bxf6 followed by 29. g3 keeping the extra pawn looks much stronger.

Nope...after white 29. g3, black could move 29. ...d4, threatening Be2 forking the rook if the Nc3 move... I prefer 29. Rg3 and white still have a chance to make draw endgame, event I thought black have a better position...(good position for Black's Ba6 and Rh4)..

Nov-04-09  lentil: 15. Bf4-c7 followed by 17 Bc7-f4 seems like a real waste of time. Was there any point that I cannot perceive?

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