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Dmitry Gurevich vs Arthur Bisguier
84th US Open (1983), Pasadena, CA USA, rd 12, Aug-19
Reti Opening: General (A09)  ·  1-0



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May-20-09  Jesspatrick: 36...dxc5 37.Rc1 and it's curtains.
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  fredthebear: Black sets a trap with the retreat 25...Ng6. White can't play the obvious capture 26.exNd5 because Black follows up with 26...Nh4+ abusing the pinned g-pawn and winning the Rf5 next move. Instead, White alertly plays 26.Rg5 pinning the knight and avoiding the fork.

Then comes the winning pawn roller. A nice attack w/a commanding finish.

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  Predrag3141: 5 ...b5 6 b3 cxb3 7 Qb3 wins a pawn for Black. White should be OK but so is Black.

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