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Marjan Semrl vs Peter Schuster
24th Correspondence World Championship (2009) (correspondence), ICCF, Jun-10
Alekhine Defense: Modern. Keres Variation (B04)  ·  1-0

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Dec-28-12  RandomVisitor: 16...h6 17.cxd4 Kh7 18.0-0 is worth a look.
Dec-29-12  RandomVisitor: After 16.c3: <Rybka4.1>


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[+0.19] d=28 16...h6 17.cxd4 Kh7 18.O–O Nf6 19.Nc3 Bf5 20.Re1 Na6 21.Bf4 g5 22.Bg3 Qd7 23.Nb6 axb6 24.Qb3 Nb8 25.Qxb6 Nc6 26.h3 Ra8 27.Be5 Bd3 28.Red1 Bc2 29.Rd2 Bg6 (7:51:47) 8218584kN

Dec-29-12  RandomVisitor: Very curious...

16...h6 apparently has not been played before. Let's see what the future holds for this move.

Jul-03-13  RandomVisitor: could the main line be 16.c3 <h6> 17.cxd4 Kh7 18.O-O Nf6 19.Nc3 Bf5 20.Re1 Na6 21.Bf4 <Qd7> 22.Qa4 Rxa8 23.Qxd7 Nxd7 24.Rxe7 Nb4 =

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