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Wilfried Sauermann vs Nicholas A Preo
olm5 fin B6 corr6568 (1965) (correspondence), ICCF
Spanish Game: Open Variations. Howell Attack (C81)  ·  0-1

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Jan-09-09  WhiteRook48: why did Black play 49...d1=N+?
Sep-27-10  meppi: because if black plays Qe4 straight away. white can play 50. Qg7+ Nxg7
51. Rg7+

and black has 2 king moves -

if Kf8
52. Nxe6+ Ke8
53. Re7#

if Ke8
52. Re7+ Kd8
53. Rg7+ Ke8
and three fold repetition - unless the black king ever decides to go to f8 IE:

53. Rg7+ Kf8
54. Nxe6+ Kg8.
55. Rg7+ Kh8
56. Rg6#

Sep-27-10  meppi: 49. d1 =N+ deflects the rook from the g file and backing up the Queen sac. And so, to win the game! that is why black played it
Dec-27-11
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  Penguincw: White even let the pawn knight in the first place?

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49...d1=N+
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49...d1=N+ (to break the #net/disrupt white's play)
from yy underpromotion = N by whiteshark
A knight check can win a tempo and the game
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