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Vladimir Malakhov vs Baadur Aleksandrovich Jobava
Black Sea Countries Final (2012), Burgas BUL, rd 6, Sep-16
King's Indian Defense: Six Pawns Attack (E77)  ·  1-0



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Sep-16-12  Everett: Jobava seems to be a bit off form this tourney, or at least vs Malakov. His Q will likely take a R and two pawns with her, but he will lose more time avoiding the loss of a further exchange. He must have missed something in calculating his Q-side play.
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  whiteshark: <Six Pawns Attack> I'd have expected at least ♙♙♙♙♙♙ on the fourth rank.
Sep-18-12  Everett: Yes, it's a strange name. Don't know how it came about. It is a familiar road vs the KID for Seirawan.
Sep-21-12  PHILOCHESS: Simply English 1...Nf6. Good puzzle!
Sep-21-12  kurtrichards: six-pawn attack? Come on cg...the most that i did see were four pawns on the 4th rank on the 8th move and the fifth came on the 15th move... :0
Sep-22-12  Everett: <kurtrichards> CG didn't create the nomenclature. Your criticism is ill-aimed.
May-08-13  kurtrichards: ...and who did? And am not criticizing, am just telling a fact. Review the game, if I may tell you.
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