Gary Walters Chess
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May 27, 2010
U.S. Championship: Nimzo-Indian Classical
Hess is just fine on the black side of this Nimzo-Indian after Krush's novelty of 13.f5. He's even in command of the game after14.Qe7. From there, however, Krush manages a slow buildup until Hess collapses at 33.Qxf5.
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