Jermuk
Shahinyan - Harutyunian
A pin as a threat: 22...Nxc3!
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Jermuk
M. Petrosyan - Shahinyan
Ready for a breakthrough: 58.g4! fxg4 59.f5.
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Jermuk
Sargsyan - Martirosyan
Precise defence: 27...Ke7 28.Qh7+ Qf7!
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Hou Yifan - Lagno
Akela slipped: 32.Rd6? cxd6.
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Kosteniuk - Lagno
A knight in the centre is not always a success: 22.Ne4? Qc6!
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Jermuk
Gharibyan - M. Petrosyan
The shortest way to Rome: 42...Nxg3+!
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Ju Wenjun - Khademalsharieh
The black queen in tight embrace: 23.Bc7! Rc8 24.a4.
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Ceske Budejovice
Michalik - Horvath
A three-move trick: 36.Ra7 Rf7 37.Ra8+ Rf8 38.Bxh7+!
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Ceske Budejovice
Mikes - Yankelevich
Bishops in all their glory: 40...Rxe3! 41.fxe3 Qh4 42.Qf2 g4!
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Panevezys
Bagvilas - Dambrauskas
A trap with a gap: 34...Bc2? 35.Nc3+ Kb4 36.Rxc2!
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Carlsen - Giri
When knights are worth more than rooks: 21.Qf3!?
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Carlsen - Giri
Assault under the shelter of the opponent's pawn: 20.Nd4! a6 21.h4.
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