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Wei Yi vs Radoslav Dimitrov
World Junior Championship (2013), Kocaeli TUR, rd 7, Sep-19
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack (B30)  ·  1-0

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Sep-19-13  dumbgai: Allowing the white pawn to reach h6, while having an open g-file, is inviting disaster.
Sep-19-13  luzhin: Actually after 21...Bxc6 Black's position would have been quite playable. But 21...axb3 was a blunder. The beautiful point is that after 22.Ne5!! fxe5 23.Qxe5 Bf6 24.Qxf6 Qc7 25.Be8! wins.
Sep-21-13  jphamlore: There's one or maybe two players in this event who can survive playing Black in a Sicilian versus Wei Yi. Wei Yi defeated Shirov at normal time control at World Cup 2013. It's suicide to defend with a Sicilian versus this guy.

On the other hand Mamedyarov in that event found it fairly easy to obtain a draw replying 1. .. e5 since Wei Yi has shown no sign of being able to attack a Ruy Lopez yet.

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