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Ronald Burnett vs Mariano Sana
Nashville City Championship (2012), Nashville TN, rd 4, Jan-08
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  0-1

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Jan-21-12  Knight13: Move 29: Black has complete control of the centeral files, then loses control of everything and collapses in fewer than ten moves.
Jan-21-12
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  Fusilli: <K> You mean White.

He started to err with 24.e5, when 24.Ra6 or 24.Qa6 would have kept White's advantage. The decisive mistake is 34.f5?, when 34.Ne5 or 34.Rxa7 would have kept the game even and 34.Rxg7 would have secured a draw (the computer says).

Jan-21-12  Knight13: <Fusilli> Yes, I meant White. Sorry.

<He started to err with 24.e5, when 24.Ra6 or 24.Qa6 would have kept White's advantage.> Obviously he wanted to control the central files starting with 24. e5, but that didn't do much good.

<The decisive mistake is 34.f5?, when 34.Ne5 or 34.Rxa7 would have kept the game even and 34.Rxg7 would have secured a draw (the computer says).> I vote 34. Rxa7. I refuse to play 34. Ne5 here.

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