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Boris Savchenko vs Richard Rapport
Riga Technical University Open (2014), Riga LAT, rd 9, Aug-24
Pirc Defense: General (B07)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Aug-24-14  hcgflynn: Really strong game, I think both player did their best. I have two observations though:

1. What is wrong with 24. - Qxc2?
2. 31. Bxf6 surely looks better.

Aug-24-14  siggemannen: Perhaps black didn't like 24... Qxc2 25. Bxc4
Aug-24-14
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  tamar: 27 Kxe4! Is this chess, or a royal game of chicken?
Oct-07-14
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Exciting struggle. White was as brave in defense as Black in attack, and a draw is the fair result--although I can't help but suspect that the silicon monsters will find a missed win for at least player. Black's sacrifice of the Ra8 so early in the game marks another example of Rapport's ability to summon an attack from nothing.

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