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Moves :   Be2       (back)

Position after : Qh6 ,   last edited by   Telmo Escobar   (1929)
[2009 March 8]

Incredibly White saves the skin, as after 33...Be2 34.Rc1! Bxd3 35.cxd3 White regains at least a pawn and his King is absolutely safe thanks to his unassailable control of light squares.
This game was decisive for the result of the tournament, as should Anand win it, Vassily Ivanchuk would be the winner of the contest. After this lucky escape -take into account that White had to make several difficult moves in one minute- Grischuk shared first position as was even declared the winner because of an absurd rule.


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[ECO "B97"] [Opening "Sicilian"] [Variation "Najdorf, 7...Qb6"]

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