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Vladimir Potkin vs Boris Savchenko
European Championship (2011), Aix-les-Bains FRA, rd 5, Mar-26
Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  1-0

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Mar-26-11  Tacitus: Black is underdeveloped and allows his kingside pawns to be disrupted. 23. B:h5 finishes him off.
Mar-27-11  cjgone: This defense looks pretty dubious..
Mar-28-11  Atking: Well as the actual game some strong GMs play this defence.

Someone one ChessBase suggested 15...g5 which looks pretty interesting. 16.BxN QxB 17.g3 h4... With the dark squares B Black could secured g7 for its king. Else 18.f4 Qxe3+ 19.Kg2 hxg 20.hxg gxf 21.Bf3 fxg then is Rh2+ for Rfe1

Mar-29-11  sevenseaman: What a horrendous massacre; what a beautiful game. Just the kind of moves I'd love to be making.

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