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Henrique Mecking vs Rodrigo Disconzi Da Silva
Sao Paulo Zonal (1995), Sao Paulo BRA, rd 7, Mar-??
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Central Variation. Alekhine System (D20)  ·  0-1



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Feb-12-05  vonKrolock: <34.Rac2> Or 34.Nb5 Qd7 35.Rc6 Qc6 36.Ke1, and Black can play the sneaky Rh8!?, whith some nasty ideas; White can defend: 37.Rc2 (best) Rh1 38.Kd2 Qg2 39.Kc3 Nf2! 40.Qc4 Nd3 followed by Nc1 etc was a fantastic drawing line.

<35.d5>? One can wonder what Mecking intended here - 35...ed 36.Qf5 seems good for White, otherwise would follow, IF there was not:

<35...Qc5>! And suddenly White faces a difficult situation - Now if 36.Qf3 ed, no satisfactory defense to Nh2 followed by d4 can be figured out, so:

<36.Kf3>? Not a lesser evil - Now Black have a cute winning line...

<36...Rc3>! The rest is silence

Feb-27-06  WhiteSox: Well, in general Mecking seems OK
(from Myasthenia Gravis, which I
believe Montel Williams also has,
doesn't he?). Of course, 25 ab! looks
a little better than 25 bc.
Just various things, you know.
29 Qa4! instead of 29 Qd3 would
be another obvious improvement in
what is clearly a time pressure
phase. Obviously Mecking was winning.

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