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8/10/2010 – ... Parimarjan Negi had in his first game at the Young Grandmaster Tournament in Biel and here played 26...Rxd4 in order to force the exchange of the white rook d1. How would you assess the situation after that?  A) White perishes of his underdeveloped queenside;  B) he keeps his position together just like that; C) he wins by force. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger verson or the diagram.

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Parimarjan Negi had in his first game at the Young Grandmaster Tournament in Biel and here played 26...Rxd4 in order to force the exchange of the white rook d1. How would you assess the situation after that? 

A) White perishes of his underdeveloped queenside; 
B) he keeps his position together just like that;
C) he wins by force.

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