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Sicilian Blood

attilaturzo
Jan 8, 2014, 6:45 AM 4
I played a new idea in the Sicilian defense against a young Norwegian player. I wanted to avoid his preparation. He got a good attack. I built up a nice defense on the dark squares, but I overlooked a nice rook sacrifice. He won 2 pawns. I posted a strong knight on e5 in the center. Then he gave back a pawn for the queen exchange. Then I started an attack on the queenside and won back an another pawn. I entered to the rook endgame a pawn up, but his passed pawn was strong enough to keep the balance. We played it out until only the two lonely kings remained on the board.

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