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Eltaj Safarli vs Andrei Anatolyevich Obodchuk
"Surfin' Safarli" (game of the day Feb-20-2014)
Bronstein Memorial (2014), Minsk BLR, rd 1, Feb-11
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Feb-13-14  The Last Straw: Nice attacking game.
Feb-20-14
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  FSR: 26.Re1! is a cool final move - it looks like a mouseslip in an online game, where White intended 26.Rxf1 instead.
Feb-20-14  drpoundsign: Obodchuk couldn't push wood
Feb-20-14
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  kevin86: The king is exposed-white will mate soon.
Feb-20-14
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  ajk68: 14...h5 destroys any possibility of castling.
Feb-20-14
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  FSR: <ajk68> Not really. Apart from the possibility of queenside castling, Black can play ...g6 and ...0-0.
Feb-20-14  Cheapo by the Dozen: A key point is that 21 ... Re8 can be met by 22 Rf6.
Feb-20-14  zavariz: An overwhelming attack.
Feb-21-14  Moszkowski012273: Not true ---21...Re8 is met with 22.Qg5+...
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