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David Baramidze vs Varuzhan Akobian
FIDE World Team Championship (2013), Antalya TUR, rd 7, Dec-03
Russian Game: Nimzowitsch Attack (C42)  ·  0-1

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Dec-03-13  Ed Frank: 24. ...Rd3 is such an awesome tactic complimented by this game's earlier queen sacrifice. What a win for Akobian.
Dec-03-13  Shams: Wow. Very fancy! The rook spree amazes.
Dec-04-13  SirRuthless: Very sexy finish and great guts in general playing this way. There was a ridiculous computer line black to play 13...Qc8 and win but Varuzhan played it smartly and safe giving up his Q for on the surface, only two minors. What he really got was a rook possessed tear assing through whites position, a fixed pawn structure and enough material to win. What a rich game. From the PETROV?
Apr-26-14
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  wordfunph: "This is the first time in my career I have played the Petroff's Defense."

- GM Varuzhan Akobian

Apr-19-19  PJs Studio: During the game his teammates must’ve been like “What the___ Man!?”

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