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David Navara vs Henrik Danielsen
Reykjavik Open (2015), Reykjavik ISL, rd 10, Mar-18
Philidor Defense: General (C41)  ·  0-1

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Mar-18-15  iking: ouch ... Navara is ou of form? or His opponent did play great, maybe.
Mar-19-15
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  Troller: Maybe his position was already shaky, but 25.Re2 was a major error. 25..Nxg4 26.hxg4 Qxg4+ and ..Qxd4 is rather simple, but apparently Navara missed the tactics.

26.f6 is a little more complicated; the line Danielsen plays is quite forcing though, so White should be able to calculate it.

Mar-19-15
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  kingscrusher: Another ouch game !

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