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Gilberto Milos vs Judit Polgar
Buenos Aires Najdorf (1992), Buenos Aires ARG, Apr-??
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Glek Defense (E94)  ·  0-1



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Nov-01-04  Whitehat1963: Why over?
Nov-01-04  siggemannen: Black will play Nxe2 next winning a piece
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  Benzol: I intially thought White could play 30.♘d6 but then 30...e4 31.♘xe4 ♘xe2+ 32.♕xe2 ♗xd3 leaves Black a piece ahead.

31.♘f4 ♗xe2 32.♘xe2 ♕xg4+ picks up the Knight on e2.

So can White play 30.♘xf6+?

30...♖xf6 31.♘xe5 ♘xe2+ 32.♕xe2 ♗xe2 33.♘xd7 might be playable.

31...♗xe2 32.♘xd7 ♗xd1 33.♘xf6+ is definately good for White.

I must be missing something. Any thoughts anyone?

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  Benzol: Further to my previous post after
30.♘xf6+ ♖xf6 31.♘xe5 ♕d5 32.♘xc4 bxc4 and Black can then push newly created passed pawn to win.
Nov-01-04  siggemannen: I think after Nxf6 Rxf6 Nxe5 Qxd1 Bxd1 Bxf1 black is up exchange
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  tamar: <Benzol> <30...Rxf6 31.Nxe5 Nxe2+ 32.Qxe2 Bxe2 33.Nxd7 might be playable.> 33...Rf4 would be the scorpion's sting in that line. Any rook move allows ...Rxg4+ and ...Bf3#
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  Benzol: Thanks <tamar>. I overlooked that the Bishop is still attacking the Rook on f1 and only considered 33...Rf4 34.h3 Blind as a bat, but that's usually why I lose.

<siggemannen> There is still the Black Knight on d4 so 31...♕xd1 isn't possible. This chess blindness must be catchy. lol.

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