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Boris Spassky vs Robert Huebner
Match (1989), Venice ITA, rd 4
Sicilian Defense: Closed Variation. Traditional (B25)  ·  0-1

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May-27-08  ToTheDeath: 42...g5! promotes.
May-27-08  tayer: The pawn can be stopped after 42. ... g5 43. Kd2 gh 44. Ke2 h3 45. Kf2 h2 44. Kg2 h1:Q 45. Kxh1 Kg6 46. Kg2 Kg5. But the resulting end game should be won by black
Aug-30-08  achieve: <tayer: The pawn can be stopped after 42. ... g5 43. Kd2 gh [...]> 42... g5 43... Kg6 - no matter what White plays - wins directly. Getting the Black king to <f4> kills white.

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