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Robert D Zuk vs Duncan Suttles
B C Open (1971), rd 6
Modern Defense: Pseudo-Austrian Attack (B06)  ·  0-1

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Jun-06-07  lentil: 49. Rxc4 gaaack! 49.. bc 50 g4#. who finds this stuff?
Jun-06-07
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  IMlday: Suttles learned his endgames by solving composed studies. It was a rare problem he couldn't get in a couple of minutes.
Jun-06-07
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  keypusher: Neat game all the way through. 8...Nd4-b5!? would never occur to me, and later ...f6, ...h6 and ...g5 is a surprisingly effective maneuver. White gets in a nice shot of his own with 23. Qxg5. But in the ending he decides (rightly I think) to part with his strong bishop rather than let the knight take up station on e5. Suttles' rooks and king rule the ending.

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