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Ashot Sergeyevich Nadanian vs Konstantin Rufovich Sakaev
Internet Chess Club (2001), ICC
Gruenfeld Defense: Exchange Variation. Nadanian Attack (D85)  ·  1-0

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Dec-17-12
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  FSR: I found this wonderful game in Wikipedia and submitted it to CG.com. A glorious combination! At the end, Black is up two pieces and has a boatload of pieces clustered around his king. White has only two pieces participating in the attack. However, Black's pieces are stepping on each other's toes and he is shockingly helpless against the back-rank mate 18.Qh8#, e.g. 18...Bxh6 (going three pieces up) 19.Qh8#. Note that Black would be winning if almost any of his king-side pieces was on a different square.
Nov-25-13
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  Phony Benoni: 16.Ne6+ is the unsung hero, both making way for the bishop and blocking the one pawn with Luft in its soul.
Jul-25-17  Xeroxx: 5. Na4 is interesting.

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