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Gary W Lane vs Stefan Djuric
39th Doeberl Cup (2001), Canberra AUS, rd 7, Apr-16
Sicilian Defense: Delayed Alapin Variation (B40)  ·  1-0



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  samvega: just adding some search terms:
queen trap; interference; double interference
Jan-08-06  EmperorAtahualpa: Wow! Excellent play by Lane!

The final move should make a nice puzzle some day.

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  GrahamClayton: <samvega>just adding some search terms: queen trap; interference; double interference

The interference with 22.♗c4!! is great, but to then have a double interference after 32.♗d6+!! is something that you dream about, and not get to actually play. Djuric leaped out of his chair after 32.♗d6+!!

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  Benzol: Interference is a theme that has been used in composed problems but how often has it occurred in actual play?

Tarrasch vs Allies, 1914 is one other example I know of but does anyone know of many others?

There's a possible game collection theme here.

Incidentally this is a great game by Gary Lane.


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  Benzol: Perhaps it's more common than I thought.

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