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Hi all. This is a game analysis between two very dynamic grandmasters, Alexei Shirov and Judit Polgar. It was from a theme tournament held in Buenos Aires in 1994 where the players were obliged to play the Sicilian Defense.
I'd appreciate a quick comment. Thank you in advance... :)
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