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Alexey Goganov vs Baskaran Adhiban
Hasselbacken Open (2016), Stockholm SWE, rd 8, May-07
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Double Fianchetto Attack (E64)  ·  0-1

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May-10-16
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: A classic speculative sacrifice early in the King's Indian, very much in the style of Bronstein or Nezhmetdinov! Even if the silicon monsters can find their way to a draw or win for White, over the board a move like 12...Nxf2!? will always provide many chances for the defender to go wrong.
May-10-16  Moszkowski012273: 12...Nxf2 was absolutely correct for black. Well played!
Jun-04-16  Conrad93: <Good Evening: A classic speculative sacrifice early in the King's Indian, very much in the style of Bronstein or Nezhmetdinov! Even if the silicon monsters can find their way to a draw or win for White, over the board a move like 12...Nxf2!? will always provide many chances for the defender to go wrong.>

It's not that bad. It's reminiscent of a Fried Liver Attack.

Jun-05-16
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  Gilmoy: And after <17..b6 18..Ba6+> it gains a structural similarity to Robert E Byrne vs Fischer, 1963 for the <19,21.N(x)d3> intersection, freely cavorting around the helpless White Q.

<31.Rxd5> walks into a pretty trap: <32.Nf5> doesn't actually defend <fxg3+> untouchable!


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33.Nxg3? Bxg3+ 34.Kxg3 Rg8+ 35.K<any> Rxg2(+) 36.Kxg2 Bb7 :


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