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Dmitry Gurevich vs Ilya Gurevich
United States Championship (1992), Durango, CO USA, rd 4, Dec-??
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0

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May-03-22
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  DaltriDiluvi: The game move <79.Ra4!> is the only winning move. I didn't know that there are ♖+♙ vs. ♖ positions where simplifying to a ♕ vs. ♖ endgame is the only way to win.
May-05-22  Retireborn: <Daltri> I happened across another interesting example of that today:-

I Salgado Lopez vs N Huschenbeth, 2011

May-05-22
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  DaltriDiluvi: <Retireborn>, thanks for that link! It was an epic endgame.

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