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Viktor Kupreichik vs Robert Huebner
Parcetic Memorial 4th (1970), Sombor YUG, rd 2, Aug-04
French Defense: Advance Variation. Paulsen Attack (C02)  ·  0-1



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Feb-05-03  ChessPraxis: This is a cool game. For the last 10 moves, both Black and White are on the brink of being checkmated. White's threats possibly look stronger, but ...
Feb-06-03  drukenknight: Maybe 28 Rxd8+ is better. And 29 Rf3
Oct-17-03  chickenhead: I like this game too,for blacks vision towards the end,but do not agree that white has any hope or threat from 23 Kd3 on.

White needs to play 23 Qb4 to take the pressure off c3 I think & accept an equalish endgame. White starts to go downhill after 23Kd3.

White loses any advantage he had by failing to stop 19..Bb5 by playing either 19 rb1 or a3.

After 28 rxd8+ Kxd8 rxf7 white is still the exchange down & black should be able to hold any counter-play before making the material advantage count.

Oct-18-03  drukenknight: You guys are ready to throw in the towel way too fast. Would you believe as late as move 33 there is a move that will make the game spin off into many different lines? See what you guys can come up with.

29 Rf3 is definitely a better move by the way.

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