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Robert Huebner vs John Nunn
Skelleftea World Cup (1989), Skelleftea SWE, rd 6, Aug-??
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Re3 variation (C89)  ·  1-0



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Dec-04-02  refutor: a couple of questions here...can black get away with 15. ... Bxh3?! and why not 20. ... Qxg5 (it's early in the morning so i'm likely overlooking something tactically in the second one)
Dec-04-02  ughaibu: Bh3, Rh3. Qg5, Rg3.
Dec-04-02  SEVEN: After 20. .....Qxg5 white can play 21. Rg3 winning the black queen. (If 21. .... fg3 then 22. Bxg5)
Dec-04-02  refutor: that you ughaibu, i overlooked the fact that he played Re3 instead of the usual Re1 ;)
Dec-05-02  drukenknight: well dont give up on it just yet refutor, I see your Q taking out a R/N and dismantling one pawn. Hmmm, that almost adds up to nine by drunk count. since that line seems to force things nicely why dont you play it out for a few more moves?
Jul-29-18  Howard: According to the Informant, 18.Qe2 was not only a TN, but it also gave White a won position.

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