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|Written by WGM Raluca Sgîrcea, IM Renier Castellanos|
|Sunday, 01 May 2016 00:00|
Although the sacrifices are all typical in the sharp Najdorf with 6.Bg5, it is still nice to see them played in an over the board game.
Black simply chose the wrong variation to play against Wei Yi and lost in the most painful way.
It was a nice surprise to find out that the American GM John Fedorowicz had a game in the same way played in 1981!
Another tournament win for the great legend Kiril Georgiev. We wanted to select one of his games from the tournament and we chose the last round game which he won against the GM Dmitry Svetushkin from Moldova. The game has many ups and downs, but it is a clear example of the fighting chess one must try to play in order to win games, especially with black.
The star game of our selection. A very sharp battle in the one of the most popular lines with 4.e3 in the Slav Defense. Despite the fact that the queens were traded off very early, the game took a sharp character in which Inarkiev managed to win, even though Shirov had amazing resources to defend, as the analysis shows.
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About the Authors:
WGM Raluca Sgîrcea is an active chess player and teaching chess for over two years. European champion U10, winner of several Romanian national championship medals, Woman International Master title since 2011. One Woman Grandmaster norm. Highest FIDE rating 2302.
IM Renier Castellanos is an active chess player and trainer for over 10 years, have worked for Chessbase and done live commentary on several major events, winner of many international tournaments. One Grandmaster norm. Highest FIDE rating 2529.
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