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Guenther Moehring vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
GDR (1982)
French Defense: Advance Variation. Paulsen Attack (C02)  ·  0-1

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Sep-13-05  notyetagm: Very nice concluding combination by Uhlmann.
Sep-13-05  bomb the bishop: Yea, I love it when one side is desperately trying to trade off the queens while the other is demolishing defences.
Sep-14-05  notyetagm: Dr. Nunn said <"LPDO - Loose Pieces Drop Off">. Here the loose White c1-rook allows Black to create a winning <double attack with check> by sacrificing his knight to expose the enemy king for a <queen fork>: 28 ... ♘xg4+! 29 ♕xg4 ♕f2+ 30 ♕g2 ♕xf4+ 31 ♕g3 ♖xc1.

Note that Black cannot make a preliminary rook exchange on c1 (28 ... ♖xc1?! 29 ♖xc1) before playing ... ♘xg4+! because that would vacate the h1-square so that the upcoming ... ♕f2+ could then be met by ♔h1 and then ... ♕xf4 is <not> a double attack because the White king is on h1 and not h2.

Sep-14-05  notyetagm: Note that Uhlmann's winning combination actually begins with the <removal of the guard> 27 ... ♗xd3 28 ♗xd3, capturing the d3-knight defender of the c1-rook thus making this rook loose (1 attacker, 1 defender) in the process. And then this loose piece drops off to a queen fork three moves later.

<Make things loose!> Then exploit the loosenes that you just created. That is exactly what Uhlmann does in this game.

Jul-26-15  SpiritedReposte: Gets the initiative and capitalizes. Smooth work.

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