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Anthony Miles vs Boris Gulko
Philadelphia op (1987), Philadelphia, PA USA
Torre Attack: Fianchetto Defense. Euwe Variation (A48)  ·  0-1

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May-30-11  wordfunph: according to GM Gulko from the book "Lesson with a Grandmaster"..

after 41...♔e6, <Miles moved the bishop to h3 and jokingly said "Mate", but kept his hand on the bishop. When I calculated this variation, which wins a second pawn, I also hallucinated this "mate" before realizing I had f7 to f5!>

naughty Miles.. :)

Jan-02-19  Saniyat24: lol :P

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