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Lubomir Ftacnik vs Yasser Seirawan
Haninge (1990), Haninge SWE, rd 1, May-??
Queen Pawn Game: Krause Variation (D02)  ·  0-1

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Jun-12-06  notyetagm: Black "reloads" on the e3-square with 17 ... ♘e3! 18 fxe3 ♗xe3+, starting a forcing sequence that wins a pawn.
Apr-03-17
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  fredthebear: Thank you <notyetagm> for bringing this game to our attention! It makes me think "He cannot do that!" and the fisticuffs ensue.

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32 ... Bh3xg2+! made possible by undefended White d4-knight
from LOOSE PIECES ARE THE BASIS OF COMBINATIONS by notyetagm
Imagination (Piece Placement)
by Mayoigo2
Black reloads on the e3-square with 17 ... Ne3! 18 fxe3 Bxe3+
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31 ... Bd7xh3! White g2-pawn cannot defend h3-pawn, f3-knight
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