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Bryan G Smith vs Viktor Laznicka
38th World Open (2010), King of Prussia USA, rd 2, Jun-30
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B94)  ·  0-1

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Jul-09-10
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  vonKrolock: <10.♗xf6> If now 10...gxf6, then the classical example is a game Vitolinsh vs Arakas from 1978, that run 11. ♘d5 ♖b8 12. ♖b3 ♕a4 13. ♗xa6 bxa6 14. ♕c3 ♕xb3 15. cxb3 ♗b7 16. ♘c7+ ♔d8 17. ♕a5 ♔c8 18. O-O ♗xe4 19. ♖c1 ♘c5 20. b4 e5 21. ♘xa6 ♖b7 22. bxc5 1-0
Jul-09-10  aragorn69: In depth analysis by the great Kavalek at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lubom...
Jul-20-10  SmyslovTheSlayer: Thanks for the link aragorn69. This was a pretty awesome game.
Jul-20-10
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  NM JRousselle: Maybe not perfect chess, but this is what a Sicilian Defense is supposed to look like!!

Great game.

Aug-20-10  BobCrisp: < In depth analysis by the great Kavalek at...>

The post <The 15 Craziest Things Sarah Palin's Said So Far> currently has 3,249 Comments. Kavalek's has 1:

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Aug-23-10  LIFE Master AJ: 27.Rf1?? was a terrible move, 27...Qc2 won easily / out-of-hand.
Aug-23-10  LIFE Master AJ: Too many threats. Hanging Rook, ...Bc3+; winning the WQ, etc.
Jul-12-18  Howard: NIC made the amusing comment that if White had "instantly played 25.Kd2!! then Black would have good reason to request a "strip search".
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