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Igor Kurnosov vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
World Rapid Championship (2012) (rapid), Astana KAZ, rd 14, Jul-08
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Breyer Defense Zaitsev Hybrid (C95)  ·  0-1

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Oct-10-12  fisayo123: revenge!
Oct-10-12  Jafar219: Yes.Kurnosov couldn't use rybka in this game.
Oct-11-12  tonsillolith: <48...Bf2!>, a great move accomplishing everything Black needs in the corner.
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  perfidious: Mamedyarov's 28....Nxb2 is a clever method of gaining the bishop pair in an open position and reducing White's bishop on g5 to the status of looker-on.
Aug-31-13  caspita: Well, I don't see the point. The first game was in an Open and the second in a Rapid Tournement. In the later, Kurnosov played well and it was an equal game. Surely that the time took presence in the last part of the game. Kurnosov was a pawn ahead against the pair of bishops, but, in my modest opinion, maybe he could've held the position from the 40th (Nf3-d4), without moving the King, maybe trying the line with 40.b4 and, finally, not moving the King in 42. I think it was a fine game.

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