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Sabino Brunello vs Dimitri Reinderman
Tata Steel Challengers (2014), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 5, Jan-16
Dutch Defense: Semi-Leningrad Variation (A81)  ·  1-0

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Jan-17-14  Karpova: A very nice attacking game by Brunello!

According the the homepage Houdini (2.0c x64) - http://www.tatasteelchess.com/tourn... , White drifted into a slightly worse position with 9.h4, when 9.exf5 would have given him an advantage.

It remained like this, although around moves 18 to 26, the game is evalutated almost equal. Then, Reinderman was again a bit better. Also when he played 28...g5 which was met with 29.Nxg5 - the eval didn't become better for White, but also did not decrease.

In the ensuing complications, Brunello outplayed Reinderman and sacrificed a ♖ with clear advantage. 43...Qh8 was a blunder, Houdini suggests ...Qf6 or ...Qe7 instead, ultimately giving up the ♕ for the ♖. Instead, White had a forced mate now, in the final position threatening Rc5+ followed by Qd6# or Qc7#.

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