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Challenge Yourself #10

Dominik Čech | February 20, 2011 – 20:42No Comment | 1,442 views
Challenge Yourself #10

In this week’s position, Viktor Bologan has his queen deep in enemy territory, but it’s attacked at the moment. However, three out of four black’s pieces are focused on the f3 point, which could prove to be a key square in determining the result of the game. Black to move wins.

Rublevsky – Bologan, 2005


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